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New evidence affirms depression can be one of the earliest signs of Alzheimer’s

Better treating depression is hypothesized as a potential way to slow the progression of the earliest stages of Alzheimer’s disease(Credit: obencem/Depositphotos) The link between depression and dementia has been noted by researchers and clinicians for several years now. After all, it seems obvious

Is there a link between dark chocolate and depression?

A survey-based study looking at chocolate consumption and depression finds that people who eat dark chocolate are less likely to report depressive symptoms. What do these findings mean, and can we trust them? Could dark chocolate lighten our mood? Over the

Artificial Intelligence can spot depression via sound of your voice

A realistic scenario is to have people use an app that will collect voice samples as they speak naturally. India-the sixth most depressed country in the world-has an estimated 56 million people suffering from depression and 38 million from anxiety disorders,

Big Sean talks about struggle with anxiety and depression

Big Sean has spoken about his struggle with anxiety and depression, which forced him to cancel a tour in 2018. Sean revealed that he went through a difficult period last year around his 30th birthday. He says that around that time,

Woman Dies After Falling From Delhi Apartment, Family Alleges Rape

A senior police officer said that the case is under investigation. (Representational) New Delhi:  A 20-year-old woman died under mysterious circumstances allegedly after falling from the third floor of a building in central Delhi’s Prasad Nagar area, the police said on

What Happens When The Doctor Blames You For Your Own Lung Cancer?

Not long ago, I was working in a busy teaching hospital’s intensive-care unit, poring over EKGs, examining X-rays and reviewing medication orders. I received a phone call. Results were in for the lung biopsy of one of my patients, Ms. X.

Tattoos May Up Risk of Mental Health Problems and Sleep Disorders: 4 Sleep-Inducing Foods

Are you fond of getting inked? You must read this. If the findings of a latest study are to be believed, tattoos may take a toll on your mental health and even sleep. The American study conducted by researchers from the

“He Likes To Give Hugs,” Says Man With Emotional Support Alligator

A Pennsylvania man has received viral Internet fame for his rather unusual choice of an emotional support animal – a pet alligator. According to People, Joie Henney of Strinestown keeps a 4-foot-6-inch alligator named Wally as an emotional support animal. Wally

Exercise Helps Protect Against Depressive Disorders: These Foods May Help Too

Health experts have long insisted that the benefits of exercising daily are multiple. Besides helping you stay fit, exercising daily also helps regulate mood as it is said to release stress-busting hormones. A new research study by Massachusetts General Hospital has

Weight Loss And Fat Reduction Diets Can Help Beat Depression; Here’s How

While many might agree that ice-cream binge can sooth your soul during a rough phase in your life, a recent study suggests that weight loss, nutrient boosting and fat reduction diets can reduce the symptoms of depression. In a new study