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ONE IN FOUR OLDER ADULTS REPORT ANXIETY OR DEPRESSION AMID THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

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(AGENPARL) – BETHESDA (MARYLAND), mar 20 ottobre 2020 Older adults have been especially impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, as they are at higher risk of serious illness if infected and account for 80 percent of all COVID-related deaths. Current public health guidelines recommend older adults limit in-person social interactions as......
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UNDERSTANDING DEPRESSION

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(AGENPARL) – WASHINGTON (D.C.), ven 25 settembre 2020 WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — This is a stressful, uncertain time. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many significant changes to how we live daily life. Social distancing, quarantine, and isolation can be overwhelming and may cause feelings of insecurity, confusion, hopelessness, and,......
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WITH ENERGY AGAINST DEPRESSION

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(AGENARL) – INNSBRUCK (AUSTRIA), mer 23 settembre 2020 Bildlizenz 23.09.2020 Tiredness, lack of energy, sleep disorders or apathy – many people suffer from the symptoms of chronic stress, which can develop into depression. Since January 2020, Alexander Karabatsiakis has been studying the biological changes in the body’s own energy system,......
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[MEDIENINFORMATION] ENERGIEGELADEN GEGEN DEPRESSIONEN

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(AGENARL) – INNSBRUCK (AUSTRIA), mer 23 settembre 2020 Müdigkeit, Energiemangel, Schlafstörungen oder Apathie – viele Menschen leiden unter den Symptomen chronischer Stressbelastungen, die sich zu Depressionen entwickeln können. Seit Januar 2020 untersucht Alexander Karabatsiakis am Institut für Psychologie die biologischen Veränderungen im körpereigenen Energiesystem, den Mitochondrien. Der Europäische Tag der......
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U OF R RESEARCHERS SEEING RESULTS FROM A NEW ONLINE SELF-HELP TOOL TO REDUCE DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, AND STRESS

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(AGENPARL) – REGINA (CANADA), gio 17 settembre 2020 By University Advancement and Communications Posted: September 17, 2020 8:00 a.m. More than 300 people have engaged with the program, completing some or all of the modules. Response has been overwhelmingly positive. Photo: Pixabay.com The intellectual, emotional, physical, and social challenges associated......
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CYBERBULLYING: SUICIDE IS NEVER THE SOLUTION

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(AGENPARL) – BONN (GERMANY), mer 16 settembre 2020 “You suck, loser!” “Kill yourself!” Jay, the protagonist of the current Deutsche Telekom campaign, faced insults like this on a daily basis. In the worst case, bullying can drive people to suicide. The association “Freunde fürs Leben” aims to prevent this. The......
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ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION ARE ASSOCIATED WITH MEDICAL CARE AVOIDANCE DURING THE PANDEMIC

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(AGENPARL) – WORCESTER (MASSACHUSETTS), gio 03 settembre 2020 Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been empirical and anecdotal reports of declines in both emergency and ambulatory medical visits. However, little research has been conducted to identify why these declines have occurred. New research now shows a strong......
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DIET´S INFLUENCE ON MOOD AND SOCIAL COGNITION: A PILOT STUDY

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(AGENPARL) – LONDON (UNITED KINGDOM), gio 27 agosto 2020 Recently, it has been observed a relationship between nutrition and social cognition. In this way, several dietary patterns, or even some probiotics, have been reported as social cognition modulators. However, to date, no studies have reported what specific nutrients may affect.......
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NONE OF THE MOST COMMON BLOOD PRESSURE MEDICATIONS INCREASED THE RISK OF DEPRESSION, SOME LOWERED THE RISK

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(AGENPARL) – WORCESTER (MASSACHUSETTS), lun 24 agosto 2020 None of the 41 most common high blood pressure medications increased the risk of depression, while nine medications appeared to lower it, according to a study from Denmark, published today in Hypertension, an American Heart Association journal. Depression is common among patients......

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