How an ‘Active Coping Style’ Helps New Mothers Deal With Stresses of Parenthood
Researchers have reported evidence from the brain suggesting that the way in which a new mother copes with her new parenting duties and the care of her infant can contribute to her own mental health… Read More
Resilience to Adversity Can Be Learned Through Adaptation and Positive Attitude, Research Has Demonstrated
Recent scientific and technological advances are bringing us closer to understanding biological aspects of the brain and body that underlie resilience—the ability of people under acute or chronic… Read More
Signaling Molecule Involved in Resilience to Stress
Some people are more resilient than others in the face of stress, and therefore generally at lower risk of developing mood and anxiety disorders. In a new study of mice published March 28, 2017 in… Read More