Inflammation leads to all sorts of problems like aching joints, fever, and, as a new study has found: depression.
Tagged: mental health
Through the use of fMRI, science is nailing down what it means to be happy — and how to hack our brains to feel better.
Wherein I freak out because celery isn’t just vacuous crunch.
As physical education funding dries up, new research indicates exercise may be an important way for bullied kids to feel better.
Marina Abrams over at Organic Lifestyle Magazine offers those who suffer from ongoing anxiety and depression a great reminder of how to stay afloat during the dark times:
You know that little jolt of excitement when you check our email and have a new message? This little party in your head are brought to you by the neurotransmitter dopamine.
This article from Zen habits will arm you with 7 steps to take if you fall of the wagon. It invites you to reflect on your temporary setback so that you may move forward.
If you have just experienced the loss or death of a loved one, may you find comfort and understanding within this article.