Psychology & Psychiatry

Depression isn't 'crying in the corner'

Employees who experience depression are tasked with the decision to disclose their mental health to others at work.

Medications

Fewer hospital programs address opioid abuse, study finds

The damage done to America's health by the opioid epidemic is well-recognized and enormous, with drug overdose death rates helping to drive down U.S. life expectancy in recent years. Yet as the problem has worsened, American ...

Health

How to survive on 'Game of Thrones': Switch allegiances

Characters in the Game of Thrones TV series are more likely to die if they do not switch allegiance, and are male, according to an article published in the open access journal Injury Epidemiology.

Overweight & Obesity

Strong religious beliefs may be linked to higher weight

(HealthDay)—There is evidence of a significant association between religious affiliation and body weight, with religiosity being significantly associated with higher body weight, according to research published online Aug. ...

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