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One in four people in the UK are affected by mental health i ues each year and sportsmen and women are no exception. To encourage players to discu their mental health, the Rugby Players' A ociation (...
A blogger has bravely opened up about her struggles with depre ion in a bid to highlight that regardle of what we may see online, nobody's life is perfect. Megan Gilbride, 27, sits bare-faced and...
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Gratitude is a strong pro-social behaviour.
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Early differences in brain connectivity predict later symptoms, a new study suggests.
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When it comes to the way people stigmatize different body shapes and sizes, words can hurt more than just your feelings. New research suggests they may have real health consequences. People who report...
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Eating less sugar and more vegetables and fish might reduce inattention and impulsivity, new research suggests.
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These changes in brain connectivity may be responsible for a patient's long-term recovery from mental illness.
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The condition is on par with high cholesterol and obesity as a risk factor for heart problems, new research finds.
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Sometimes a bout of insomnia can be linked to a specific stre ful event or circumstance, but for many, it's simply the way their brains and bodies work. Now, new research has identified for the first...
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Plus things you can do when symptoms strike.
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Because this disorder can be a real pain.
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Step away from the chips.
Being a stressed out mess is so last year.
We learnt a lot about stress this year.