Millennial on medication: time to break the silence about using antidepressants Louis Hanson The Age December 13th 2017 About 18 months ago, when I was 20, I started taking medication – a combination of antidepressants and anti-anxiety pills. It was a long and arduous process – full of CAT scans, dieticians and psychologists – before […]
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Is Diet Linked To Depression? This Research Confirms It Again The research reveals risk indicators for depression, and poor diet is just one of them. Juliette Steen The Huffington Post October 13th 2017 When we’re sitting down to eat a meal, most of us don’t think about how food could affect our mental health. But […]
Depression and mental health apps: How to tell the good from the bad Anthony Funnell ABC News December 6th 2017 There are currently more than 10,000 depression and anxiety-related self-help apps available to download, the American Psychiatric Association estimates. But less than 1 per cent have been professionally evaluated. Cause for concern? Well, yes. But […]
A brighter view for mental health Josh Jennings The Canberra Times October 27th 2017 Deakin University researcher Dr Olivia Dean’s depression treatment research could ultimately support prevention of the illness but she says she primarily derives her motivation from the immediate impact she can have on the psychiatric disorders she investigates. “For people that have […]
Mediterranean diet can help in fight against depression, Australian study finds Sophie Scott and Rebecca Armitage www.abc.net.au February 3 2017 The Mediterranean diet is well known for its physical health benefits and it is now being hailed as the latest weapon in tackling mental health problems. Key points: The diet improved the mood of about […]
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