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Anxiety cues found in the brain despite safe environment

Imagine you are in a meadow picking flowers. You know that some flowers are safe, while others have a bee ...
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Mushroom consumption may lower risk of depression

Mushrooms have been making headlines due to their many health advantages. Not only do they lower one's risk of cancer ...
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Mindfulness can improve mental health and wellbeing

Mindfulness courses can reduce anxiety, depression and stress and increase mental wellbeing within most but not all non-clinical settings, say ...
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Does happiness impact dementia

Happiness in early adulthood may protect against dementia

While research has shown that poor cardiovascular health can damage blood flow to the brain increasing the risk for dementia, ...
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Being in nature supports mental health

Nature-based activities can improve mood and reduce anxiety

Outdoor nature-based activities are effective for improving mental health in adults, including those with pre-existing mental health problems, a new ...
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how are the gut and brain linked?

Gut and heart signals affect how we see ourselves

New research has discovered that the strength of the connection between our brain and internal organs is linked to how ...
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Metabolism changes with age, just not when you might think

Most of us remember a time when we could eat anything we wanted and not gain weight. But a new ...
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Lyme disease heightens risk of mental disorders

In a new study, U.S. and Danish researchers report that patients hospitalized with Lyme disease had a 28 percent higher ...
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New research regarding depression

Histamine could be a key player in depression

The findings, from researchers at Imperial College London and University of South Carolina, add to mounting evidence that inflammation, and ...
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Postmenopausal women can dance their way to better health

Women often struggle with managing their weight and other health risk factors, such as high cholesterol, once they transition through ...
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