The team believed that ketamine affected a small part of the brain, called the lateral habenula, also known as the “anti–reward center.”
Researchers discovered a consistent link between sleep irregularity and repetitive negative thinking.
Turn that frown upside down? No, just accept that sometimes it’s OK to feel bad.
Ketamine is remarkable against depression but questions remain about the long-term risks.
Bad news, everyone.
Stress — it’s never good for you. But sometimes, it’s worse.
Fighting depression with a martial art.
Who said you can’t run from your problems?
Keep it tidy, neurons.
Sometimes a game is just a game. Sometimes it’s a way to cope.
It’s not a waterproof study, but it’s a good starting point for further research.
At the end of the day, flying is still the safest mean to travel.
They mess up your brain, and they mess up your body.
This serves to explain why a drink or two when you’re down can go a long way.
The jury is still out but the evidence seems to suggest ‘yes’.
It’s a simple principle which could help improve millions of lives.
Some let Tinder get the best of them…
The drug might be a big step forward in the treatment of postpartum depression.
A new study published in the Lancet Psychiatry reports that “magic mushrooms” could help in otherwise “untreatable” cases of depression.