“Here’s what the evidence shows about the links between creativity and depression” was posted by the British Psychological Society Research Digest online blog on 1-3-18. This is a fairly long and detailed article that reviews research recently published in the
“Exercise and The Prevention of Depression: Results of the HUNT Cohort Study” was published by the American Journal of Psychiatry in the January 2018 issue. MHConcierge has reported frequently on studies like this, but this one is notable for a
MHConcierge has an ongoing interest in emerging research about the mental health benefits of things like yoga, exercise, and healthy nutrition – all potential resources to recommend to our patients/clients to try between their appointments. “Twice weekly yoga classes plus
The online news posting service ScienceofUs.com posted Exercising in Nature May Hold Unique Benefits for the Depressed on 7-21-16. This brief article summarizes the emerging trend of research findings that supports the benefits of activity, and exercise, for people with
The Journal of Affective Disorders, online edition, published “Combining pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy or monotherapy for major depression? A meta-analysis on the long-term effects” on 1-19-16. This study is a meta-analysis of 23 trials with a total of over 2,000 participants.