Understanding inflammation and its link to depression, stress

Understanding inflammation and its link to depression, stress

Depression is always associated with an accompanying effect of inflammation. However, there is no study that could standardize the link between the two. Many studies have compared inflammation due to depression with symptoms of sneezing, coughing and sore throat which are obvious in case of common cold, but researchers have failed to identify the cause of inflammation during depression. Read more

Binge watching emerges as major mental health threat in U.S.

Binge watching emerges as major mental health threat in U.S.

A person sitting in front of the television set without getting up for hours is probably aptly known as a couch potato. With internet revolution, laptops, tablets and cell phones have replaced the television sets to a great extent for the couch potatoes as they watch their favorite shows online, one after the other. This new trend has been named as binge watching.   Read more

Depression on the rise among US teens: Study

Depression on the rise among US teens: Study

It is not only the adults who have to catch up with the fast-paced life of the new world, but even adolescents are affected by it to a great extent. In their pursuit to fulfill expectations and to overcome challenges, adolescents at times feel the pressure which might become difficult to handle. This burden can manifest in the form of mental disorders, such as depression.

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