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Rethink Your Thoughts about Thinking - Scientific American - 1 views

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    Targeting metacognition-our beliefs about thoughts-might alleviate mood disorders and even schizophrenia
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Poor Little Tiger Cub - 0 views

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    The first major study of tiger moms is out. The kids have worse grades, and they are more depressed and more alienated from their parents.
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BBC News - Depression: 'Second biggest cause of disability' in world - 0 views

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    Depression is the second most common cause of disability worldwide after back pain, according to a review of research.
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Kevin Breel: Confessions of a depressed comic | Talk Video | TED.com - 0 views

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    Kevin Breel didn't look like a depressed kid: team captain, at every party, funny and confident. But he tells the story of the night he realized that - to save his own life - he needed to say four simple words.
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The stigma around depression is alive and well - The Week - 0 views

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    An anti-ObamaCare column recommends "stoicism, hard work, marriage, prayer, and personal initiative" for those suffering from the disorder
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Self-help books 'treat depression' - 0 views

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    Prescribing self-help books on the NHS is an effective treatment for depression, a study suggests.
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Cognitive behavioural therapy 'can reduce depression' - 0 views

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    Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) can reduce symptoms of depression in people who fail to respond to drug treatment, says a study in the Lancet.
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Meaningful Activities Protect the Brain From Depression - Olga Khazan - The Atlantic - 0 views

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    A new study of adolescents found that those who derive joy from selfless deeds were less likely to be depressed over time.
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Fighting Depression, One Village at a Time - 0 views

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    A community mental health nurse discussed stress management with women in a village near the town of Bireuen, on Aceh's east coast.
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BBC News - Rumination: The danger of dwelling - 0 views

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    The UK's biggest ever online test into stress, undertaken by the BBC's Lab UK and the University of Liverpool, has revealed that rumination is the biggest predictor of the most common mental health problems in the country
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That gut feeling - 1 views

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    With a sophisticated neural network transmitting messages from trillions of bacteria, the brain in your gut exerts a powerful influence over the one in your head, new research suggests
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Stress and the city: Urban decay - 0 views

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    Scientists are testing the idea that the stress of modern city life is a breeding ground for psychosis
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Cultural explanatory models of depression in Uganda - 1 views

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    Depressive disorders are among the most frequent psychiatric disorders, accounting for up to 30% of primary care service utilisation in developing countries in general, and Uganda in particular. However, delays in seeking treatment, misdiagnosis and non-specific treatments have compromised appropriate care for people with depression
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Depression may be contagious: experts - 0 views

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    Whingeing workmates and fed-up friends may be making you sick, according to researchers who say depression could be a contagious illness transmitted through social networks.
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LN: Number of children taking antidepressants rising | Prague Monitor - 0 views

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    Czech doctors are prescribing psycho-pharmaceutical drugs, such as antidepressants, to more and more children, treating the symptoms rather than the causes of their condition, the daily Lidove noviny (LN) writes Thursday
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