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Meghan Trainor talks about her fight against anxiety and depression
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Meghan Trainor, who has earned a lot of name and fame just at the age of 24, is recognized for her enigmatic pop hits that she has been delivering for quite some time now. However, not many people know that the American singer and songwriter has been grappling with mental health disorders for the past […]

Singer Jhené Aiko reveals journey through depression in her new book ‘2Fish’
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“I held my breath waiting to see you take another But you did not Where did you go? Am i really alive without you? Will we ever talk again?” The lines from a poem by singer-songwriter Jhené Aiko from her latest book of short stories, poems, diary-like entries and sketches titled “2Fish” highlights the grim […]

Courtney Stodden comes clean about her struggle with depression
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Depression is a mental disorder that can strike anyone, irrespective of one’s background, race, standing in the society and age. Now, more and more celebrities are opening up about their struggle with substance abuse and mental distress, and the latest to join the group is 23-year-old reality TV star Courtney Stodden. Trying to emerge out […]

Elderly women happier when their partners are no more, says study
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A 2016 study on marital status and frailty in older people in Italy revealed that widows led better lives. They were less frail and aged better than those whose husbands were still alive. A recent health survey confirmed that what is true for Italian women resonates with English women as well. According to the survey, […]

New study links narcissistic men to sexual assault
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An estimated one-fifth of women are sexually assaulted on college campuses. College men have consistently reported committing acts that range from unwanted kissing and sexual contact to behaviors that meet the legal definitions of rape. Sixty-three percent of men at one university admitted to an attempt or actually committing acts that qualify as forced rape, […]

Older women develop eating disorders, too

Tens of millions of people in the U.S. currently struggle with eating disorders, and the problem appears to be getting worse. Teenage girls and young women are most often affected, but the problem can occur in anyone across all ages and ethnic backgrounds worldwide. “Eating disorders are caused by a complex interaction of genetic, biological, […]

Gender gaps in behavioral health treatment
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It’s a catch-22 for certain. Although most clinical research has reflected data pulled from white male participants, men largely go in for treatment less than women. Although greater stigma is attached to women who’ve had issues with addiction or mental health, females seem to be more vocal about positive efficacy of treatment. And this doesn’t […]

Adjunctive monoclonal antibody immunotherapy shows promise in treating schizophrenia

Humans are constantly coming into contact with potentially harmful pathogens, chemicals and infections. Fortunately, we have a complex system of defense — the inflammatory response of the immune system — that helps us fight off infection, remove toxins and repair damaged tissue. Infection, stress, nutritional factors and other complications in the mother during pregnancy and […]

Protection of substance abuse records

Despite the recognition that addiction is a disease that affects the brain, the view that people with substance use disorders are weak, dangerous or incompetent is still very common in society. Stigma makes people more reluctant to acknowledge that they have a problem and to seek treatment. People may fear being labeled negatively, excluded and […]

Body dysmorphic disorder isn’t limited to ‘the Human Barbie’

Right now, at least half a dozen women consider themselves to be “the Human Barbie.” A quick Google search reveals most of their names: Valeria Lukyanova, Lolita Richi, Sarah Burge, Hannah Gregory, Pixee Fox and Jenny Lee. These women have become Internet sensations by molding their bodies into unrealistic shapes via makeup, plastic surgery and […]

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