Researchers uncover a connection between multiple sclerosis lesions and depression

Two major health conditions appear to share a connection. Multiple sclerosis (MS), a disease which.

Placebo can reduce feelings of guilt, even when administered openly

Guilt is an uncomfortable feeling and can be burdensome. Researchers at the University of Basel.

5α-reductase inhibitors linked to depression, but not dementia

5α-reductase inhibitors (5-ARIs) are associated with an increased risk for depression but seem not to.

Where do reproductive-age women receive preventive health care?

While preventive health care is usually associated with primary care providers, a majority of office.

Research shows fatty liver disease endangers brain health

In a study examining the link between non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and brain dysfunction,.

Oral contraceptives affect women’s health; age and gut microbiome may play a role

The effects of oral contraceptives (OCs) like birth control pills on the brain and mood.

Effects of antidepressant drugs taken during pregnancy are poorly understood, scientists note

Depression affects 10%-16% of pregnant women worldwide. Most get better with the help of antidepressant.

Discovery might explain why women are more likely to be diagnosed with clinical depression than men

A team of researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, working with.

Researchers reveal how trauma changes the brain

Exposure to trauma can be life-changing—and researchers are learning more about how traumatic events may.

Could bacteria in your gut help spur depression?

Depression may be a disorder of the brain, but new research adds to evidence that.