A Link Between Insomnia and Depression?
People with insomnia are twice as likely to develop depression compared to those without insomnia.
Could Loneliness Be an Early Sign of Alzheimer’s Disease?
Loneliness may be an early sign of brain changes that lead to Alzheimer’s Disease, according to a recent study by researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Healing the Emotional Wounds of the Past with Trauma-Informed Care
Trauma-informed care recognizes the prevalence of trauma, how it affects an individual’s health and their ability to access health care.
‘Mini-Brains’ Shed Light on Mutation Tied to Mental Illnesses
Brigham and Women's researchers have created a miniature 3-D model of the brain to study a gene mutation tied to major mental illnesses.
A Comprehensive Guide to Overcoming Panic Disorder
Panic disorder is one of the most treatable anxiety disorders. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is 70 to 90 percent effective as a treatment for panic disorder.