Wednesday, November 30, 2011

About Depression: Could MRIs Relieve Depression?

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From Nancy Schimelpfening, your Guide to Depression

Could MRIs Relieve Depression?
New research suggests that rather than simply taking a picture of the brain, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans may actually be affecting brain activity in a way that can relieve depression... Read more
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One Quarter of Women Taking Psychiatric Medications
A new report from Medco Health Solutions suggests that one in four American women are currently using some sort of psychiatric medication, compared to just 15% of men... Read more

Attendance at Religious Services Associated With Less Depression
According to Yeshiva University researchers, those who attend religious services are 56% more likely to have a positive outlook on life and 27% less likely to suffer from depression... Read more

Suicide and Self-Injury
Organizations for suicide prevention, grief, and awareness; self-injury resources... Read more


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