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Health > Mental Health
Lou Gehrig's disease sufferer reopens Canada euthanasia debate
Confined to a wheelchair, in constant pain and unable to bathe without help, a 63-year-old grandmother has forced the issue of assisted suicide into Canadian courts for the third time in two decades.
 
People's outlooks can benefit from giving thanks: research
Count your blessings this holiday season. It's good for you.
 
Older women who got more exercise and less television time were the least likely to be diagnosed with depression, according to a U.S. study of thousands of women -- with physical activity having the biggest impact.
 
Scientists have used a portable device that tracks changes in brain waves to communicate with people in a vegetative state, some of whom have been locked in their bodies for more than a year.
 
Computer analysis of brain scans could help predict how serious or long term a psychotic patient's illness may become and help doctors make more accurate decisions about how best to treat them, researchers said on Monday.
 
A quarter of Chinese women have suffered domestic abuse, the government said in a survey issued on Friday, showing the ongoing struggle of women in a society in which Chairman Mao Zedong once famously said women hold up half the sky.
 
If you are always seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, be warned -- it could be an oncoming train.
 
Mental health assessments given to all U.S. soldiers after deployment may miss many cases of depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, according to a U.S. study.
 
People with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) appear to have lower levels of a specific kind of brain chemical known as serotonin 1B, and targeting this with drugs could lead to the first treatments specifically targeting the disorder, U.S. researchers said on Monday.
 
More elderly people in Chinese cities are suffering from feelings of depression, which are becoming almost as common in China as they are in developed countries, according to recent research.
 
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