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Facebook proven to negatively impact mental health, claims new research

Tel Aviv University’s new study first to establish a causal link between the use of the platform and reported worsening in anxiety and depression among college students

Up to 15% people suffering from depression have suicidal tendency, a...

As per experts, more than 20% of people suffering from hypertension and diabetes are likely to suffer from depression.....................

The Science of Suicides: The Art of Survival

While there are many psychological reasons associated with depression, a little is known about the neurobiology of it, writes Dr Anju Dave Vaish...................

DCGI approves Brintellix in India for major depressive disorder

Lundbeck India has announced the launch of Brintellix (Vortioxetine), a novel multimodal antidepressant, which has been specifically designed to inhibit serotonin reuptake and modulate serotonergic receptor activity of the neurons in the brain of affected patients...…………...

Indian scientists discover new drug for depression and anxiety

The compound has been found to be non-toxic and more effective than commonly used anti-depressant, fluoxetine. It enhanced social interaction in animal tests..........

Mental health needs higher budgetary allocations: Experts

The experts while deliberating at Jindal University underscore the need for interdisciplinary and collaborative research by education institutions......

Walking is the most effective anti-depressant, reveals Max Bupa survey

97 percent walkers experience improvement in their mental and emotional wellbeing, as per the findings of the survey..........

Special: Watch ‘Avsaad’ a film about depression!

Percept Pictures Short Film ‘Avsaad’ raises awareness for the issue of Depression on World Health Day 2017. Aims to create mass awareness for the challenges faced by over 300 million people worldwide........Watch!

Talk about depression, strengthen depression-related services: WHO

The World Health Day this year focuses on depression, a condition that involves persistent sadness or loss of interest or pleasure in things normally enjoyed.........

WORLD HEALTH DAY: Breaking the silence can help people with depression

The theme on World Health Day this year is 'Depression: #LetsTalk' and it focuses on the fact that people should come out and talk about their mental health problems........