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One step closer toward a treatment for Alzheimer's disease?

Scientists have characterized a new class of drugs as potential therapeutics for Alzheimer's disease and discovered a piece in the puzzle of how they would work.

St. John's wort for depressed mood

Considering trying St. John's wort for your problem with depressed mood? Some people respond well however research findings are mixed and there are outstanding safety problems.

Takin’ a Time-Out This Week

Sometimes you just need to know when to call time-out - and make sure it happens. Gonna' pass on an article this week...

Solve 5 Baffling Problems Using the Latest Psych Research!

You've got problems. The latest psychology research has answers. Learn to: Look more attractive, ease depression and anxiety, decide when to socialize and when to work...and more.

Signaling pathway may be key to why autism is more common in boys

Researchers have discovered sex differences in a brain signaling pathway involved in reward learning and motivation that make male mice more vulnerable to an autism-causing genetic glitch.

Why Get Out of Bed?

What would happen if I didn’t rip back the sheets, slap one foot on the floor and then the other, and then keep on moving all day long? A meditation on functional depression.

The Real Reason Behind Teen Anxiety and Depression

The real reason for increased anxiety and depression among young people is deeper and bigger than is often recognized.

Yes, I'm an Introvert. No, I'm Not Depressed.

The introvert must be suffering from depression, because why on earth would someone want to stay home when there are parties to attend and fun to be had... right?

Brain training shows promise for patients with bipolar disorder

Computerized brain training can result in improved cognitive skills in individuals with bipolar disorder, researchers have discovered for the first time.

Childhood ADHD and Poor Self-Esteem

Does your child with ADHD constantly put himself down? ADHD, anxiety, and negativity commonly go together. As parents, we have to figure out how to battle negative self-talk.

Time to Put Your Childhood Demons Behind You?

Everyone has baggage from the past that haunts or handicaps them in some way. The 3 common sources and ways to finally put these demons to rest

The Existential Dread of Climate Change

Denying climate change is no solution. But is being fully aware of its consequences making us depressed?

State laws requiring autism coverage by private insurers led to increases in autism care

The enactment of state laws mandating coverage of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) was followed by sizable increases in insurer-covered ASD care and associated spending, a new study has found.

Psilocybin May "Reset" Brain Circuitry of Depressed Patients

Psilocybin may help "kick-start" recovery from treatment-resistant depression by "resetting" neural mechanisms, according to new fMRI brain imaging study.

5 Super Scary Halloween Costumes (That Don't Stigmatize People With Mental Illness)

The Mighty offers five alternative Halloween costumes for people who are thinking about dressing up like someone with a mental illness.

Colton Haynes Posts a Reminder for Anyone Who's Had Their Mental Illness Dismissed

Colton Haynes posted an Instagram photo for World Mental Health Day about his experience with depression and anxiety.

Shame is Riding Shotgun

ADHD & Marriage News - October 12, 2017 Quote of the Week “It’s always helpful to remember that when perfectionism is driving, shame is riding shotgun.” - Brene Brown, in Rising Strong Shame is Riding Shotgun Satisfaction, happiness,...Show More Summary

Medication For ADHD

Medication for ADHD.  It remains a hot button topic for parents and kids, fodder for scary headline writers, and of course ‘the enemy’ for websites promoting all-natural cures for ADHD. How do you ‘cure’ ADHD?  I mean it’s not like a wart or cancer where you can see it is there, treat it, and then […]

Parenting an ADHD Child

By Rick Green, I struggled in elementary school. I struggled in High School. Guess how I did in university?  Yes, I struggled.  Sank into Depression in fact, though I didn’t recognize what was happening until decades later. Not so much struggle in my career.  Because I got to choose what I was going to do […]

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