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Mental health and headaches in children worsened during the pandemic

Mental health and headaches in children worsened during the pandemic

A new study has found that mental health and headaches in children progressively worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers from the Children’s National Hospital have...
COVID-19 restrictions not linked to distress levels in England

COVID-19 restrictions not linked to distress levels in England

A new study has found that English people continued to experience psychological distress beyond COVID-19 restrictions. Researchers from the University College London (UCL) and King’s...
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Cannabidiol halves treatment-resistant anxiety symptoms in young people

A pilot study revealed that cannabidiol potentially halves the severity of symptoms from treatment-resistant anxiety in young people. The Cannabidiol Youth Anxiety Pilot Study, led...
Health Europa Quarterly

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 22

Welcome to Health Europa Quarterly Issue 22, which features fascinating expert insights in the fields of public health, Alzheimer's disease, antimicrobial resistance, women’s health, nutrition,...
Capturing mental illness indicators with Artificial Intelligence

Capturing mental illness indicators with Artificial Intelligence

An innovation by Georgia State University in Artificial Intelligence could capture novel brain patterns associated with mental illness. New research by Georgia State University’s TReNDS Center could...
inflammatory diet

Inflammatory diet increases the risk of frailty in people with depression

Researchers at the Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research have discovered that eating an inflammatory diet may exacerbate frailty among people with...
Do low serotonin levels cause depression?

Do low serotonin levels cause depression?

Are low serotonin levels a cause of depression? There is no clear evidence that serotonin levels impact the risk of depression. University College London (UCL)...
Covid infection increases the risk of mental health and financial problems

Covid infection increases the risk of mental health and financial problems

Adults aged 52 and over are more likely to develop mental health problems and financial difficulties after Covid infection. University College London researchers have found...
Scientists find vitamin B6 supplements can reduce anxiety and depression

Scientists find vitamin B6 could reduce anxiety and depression

New research discovers that vitamin B6 supplements can reduce feelings of anxiety and depression. Scientists from the University of Reading studied how a high dosage...
Could a virtual reality app reduce common phobias?

Could a virtual reality app reduce common phobias?

A new trial discovers that a virtual reality app could potentially help sufferers of common phobias like dogs and spiders. Associate Professor Cameron Lacey, from...
Microdosing psilocybin

Microdosing psilocybin shows effectiveness in improving mental health

Evidence from a University of British Colombia investigation suggests that microdosing psilocybin may be an effective treatment for mental health conditions. The Microdose.me project, published in...
young people’s mental health

Urgent action needed to support young people’s mental health

Following this year’s European Mental Health Week, Health Europa Quarterly spoke to Mental Health Europe about the importance of supporting young people’s mental Health. Mental...
What is mindfulness and how it can help your mental wellbeing

What is mindfulness and how it can help your mental wellbeing

Everything you need to know about mindfulness, best techniques and how to uplift your life through improved mental wellbeing. Mindfulness is taking the world by...
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Could travel therapy be an effective treatment for dementia?

Innovative research emerging from Edith Cowan University (ECU) indicates that travel therapy could have a range of health benefits for patients with dementia and...
Food for thought: nutrition as a treatment for mental health conditions

Food for thought: nutrition as a treatment for mental health conditions

Our diet can have a huge impact on our mental wellbeing, but what potential does nutritional therapy hold for the treatment of mental health...
Smoking tobacco increases the risk of depression by up to 132%

Smoking tobacco increases the risk of depression by up to 132%

New research by the University of Bristol has revealed that smoking tobacco significantly increases the risk of developing depression and schizophrenia. Staggering data indicates that...
Six benefits of using CBD oil for anxiety

Six benefits of using CBD oil for anxiety

What are the benefits of CBD oil for anxiety? Dr. Hemp Me outlines everything you need to know about supplementing with CBD oil. Anxiety disorders...
Pre-school play reduces the risk of future mental health disorders

Pre-school play reduces the risk of future mental health disorders

New research finds that children who play with others at pre-school age reduce the risk of mental health disorders later in life. Researchers from the...
Mental illness linked with polycystic ovary syndrome cost almost $6 billion in 2021

Mental illness linked with polycystic ovary syndrome cost almost $6 billion in 2021

New research finds that in 2021, healthcare costs for mental health disorders linked to polycystic ovary syndrome amassed almost $6bn. Polycystic ovary syndrome affects how...
GP surgeries to provide specialist support for mental health problems

GP surgeries to provide specialist support for mental health problems

Thousands of new mental health professionals will be employed in GP surgeries to offer more support for mental health problems. In a new announcement from...

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