Major Depression: This New Type Could Account For One-Third of Sufferers

One-third of people experiencing major depression could be of this new type. Inflammation in the brain could explain episodes of major depression in some people, new studies suggest. Around one-third of people experiencing major depression have high-levels of inflammation markers…

Asking One Simple Question Improves Your Relationship

People in the study were encouraged to think about conflicts in their relationships in a new way. “How will I feel in one year about this current conflict in my relationship?” Asking a question with a future-orientation helps people feel…

Autism Explained: Simple New Theory Links Confusing Array of Symptoms

New theory may explain the complex set of symptoms seen in autism. People with autism often display a complex and confusing range of symptoms, including hypersensitivity to sound, problems interacting with others and repetitive behaviours. Scientist have long wondered what…

Here Is What Happens To ‘Cool Kids’ After High School

Cool kids do everything to be popular in high school, but what happens to them after that? Teenagers who try to ‘act cool’ in early adolescence grow up to experience a range of problems in early adulthood, research finds. ‘Cool…