New research suggests the brain fatigues, causing the body to “believe” it is tired, when in reality it’s the brain itself in need of rest. Says Scientific Council Member Michael Posner, Ph.D., “Brains appear to get...
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While most studies focus on maternal effects on offspring, this new study with animal models suggests a father's life exposure to stress can increase an unborn child's risk of stress-related illnesses, including...
A new paper published in Biological Psychiatry suggests that depressed patients who ruminate and activate the brain's frontal lobes are more likely to relapse into depression than those who respond with acceptance and...
NARSAD Independent Investigator Madhukar H. Trivedi, MD and colleagues have discovered that various forms of exercise worked as effectively as adding a second antidepressant medication.
The 4-year controlled study...
On April 26, 2011, the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation kicked off the New Hope in Mental Health Research Series in the Lone Star State! The first event of its kind featured briefings with leading mental health...