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On SAGE Insight: Holistic Wellness in Older Adulthood: Group Differences Based on Age and Mental Health

From Journal of Holistic Nursing The number of older adults living in the United States is increasing rapidly. Over the past 10 years, the number of Americans age 65 and older has increased by approximately 30%, and due to factors … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Race and the Association Between Police Stops and Depression Among Young Adults

Article title: Race and the Association Between Police Stops and Depression Among Young Adults: A Research Note From: Race and Justice Police stops are stressful experiences that may be harmful for health. When considered from the perspective of stress research … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Stepfamily Relationship Quality and Stepchildren’s Depression in Adolescence and Adulthood

From Emerging Adulthood The family is a central developmental context for all individuals, yet the landscape of the family in the United States has undergone significant shifts over the last several decades, including rises in the rates of divorce, remarriage, … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: What are the potential risk factors for continued opioid use in patients being treated for low back pain?

Article title: Risk Factors for Continued Opioid Use in Conservative Versus Surgical Management of Low Back Pain Originating From the Sacroiliac Joint From Global Spine Journal Lower back pain is the most common reason for opioid prescription in the United … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Treating Chronic Stress to Address the Growing Problem of Depression and Anxiety: Biofeedback and Mindfulness as Simple, Effective Preventive Measures

From Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences Depression and anxiety are undertreated and represent a growing health crisis and economic burden. Current treatment approaches (medications, psychotherapy) appear insufficient to resolve these problems. Difficulties with current treatment approaches include … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: 5 free must-read journal articles to mark Mental Health Awareness Week

Some great free reads on mental health topics covering stress, anxiety, depression, suicide and more… Journal articles: Early Life Stress, Mood, and Anxiety Disorders From Chronic Stress DOI: 10.1177/2470547017694461 Depression and Suicidality in Gay Men: Implications for Health Care Providers … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: The Role of Chronic Stress in Anxious Depression

From Chronic Stress Depression is a major public health crisis and can be caused by many different factors, including stress. Though healthy in small amounts, chronic and unpredictable stress can lead to problems with thoughts and feelings. Prolonged difficulty with … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Mental health experiences of young autistic adults

Article title: ‘Something needs to change’: Mental health experiences of young autistic adults in England From Autism Given that the rates of mental health problems are disproportionately high in young people generally and that young adults display poor help-seeking behaviors, … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Association between sleep time and depression

Article title: Association between sleep time and depression: a cross-sectional study from countries in rural Northeastern China From The Journal of International Medical Research (JIMR) Sleep is an important part of life. It occupies approximately one-third of our life span … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Reviewing the Assumptions About Men’s Mental Health – An Exploration of the Gender Binary

From American Journal of Men’s Health Extensive research examines gender differences in mental health. Many researchers take for granted that men’s mental health can be explained in the same terms as women’s or can be gauged using the same measures. … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: What lies beyond neuroticism? An examination of the unique contributions of social-cognitive vulnerabilities to internalizing disorders

From Assessment There is strong interest in a number of relatively stable socialcognitive vulnerabilities (also called clinical traits) that are associated with psychopathology. these vulnerabilities describe individual differences in thoughts, emotional experiences, and behaviors that are hypothesized to be related … Continue reading

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When it comes to depressed men in the military, does size matter?

Size Matters: Stature is Related to Diagnoses of Depression in Young Military Men   From SAGE Open Both short and tall men in the military are more at risk for depression than their uniformed colleagues of average height, this study finds. … Continue reading

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The unsuccessful antidepressant drug discovery process indicates a catastrophic systems failure

The failure of the antidepressant drug discovery process is systemic From Journal of Psychopharmacology Depression is widespread and accounts for approximately 12% of the total burden of non-fatal global disease. In the developed world around 25% of people can expect to … Continue reading

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Group therapy helps MS sufferers cope with depression

Evaluation of an adjustment group for people with multiple sclerosis and low mood: a randomized controlled trial From Multiple Sclerosis This new study finds group therapy helps MS sufferers cope with the disease and saves the NHS money. Offering Multiple … Continue reading

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