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…

Really Easy Method For Fighting Loneliness That You Can Do Alone

The every day coping mechanism that is naturally used by resilient people. Nostalgia can help fight loneliness and may also protect mental health, a study finds. Thinking back to better times, even if they are tinged with some sadness, helps…

How To Read Someone’s Emotions From Their Eyes

Whether people widen or narrow their eyes gives you a huge amount of information about their emotions. When the eyes narrow it signals that someone is discriminating, research finds. This could mean they are angry, suspicious, aggressive or contemptuous. When…

How Childhood Bullying Affects People Later On

Up to 1 in 3 people in the US report having been bullied during childhood — most often at middle school. Bullying is linked to mental health problems in later years, new research finds. However, these tend to fade over…