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    Depression Speeds up Brain Aging According to New Study

    She added it should encourage governments to take mental health issues seriously, and ensure health provisions are properly resourced so people with depression and anxiety can receive treatment "in order to safeguard brain function in later life."

    Specific Brain Abnormality Tied to Risk of Mental Illness

    A specific brain abnormality may indicate a person’s general risk for mental illness, according to a new study at Duke University. The signature abnormality involves a reduced efficiency between the brain’s visual areas and certain networks important ...

    Brain Abnormality Linked to Mental Illness Risk

    A signature abnormality shared between common forms of mental illness, which could help clinicians assess a patient's general risk for developing a psychiatric disorder, revealed study published in Biological Psychiatry. The signature abnormality was ...

    Brain abnormality a sign for mental illness

    A new study by researchers at Duke University reports an abnormality in visual regions of the brain that is associated with a person’s general risk for mental illness. The findings, published in Biological Psychiatry, indicate a signature abnormality ...

    Women Break the Silence About Mental Illness at Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Annual Luncheon in New York City

    NEW YORK, May 17, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Over 300 women gathered in New York City on Tuesday, May 15, in support of psychiatric research and eliminating the stigma of mental illness at the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation's fourth annual Women ...

    Brain abnormality linked to general risk for mental illness

    A new study by researchers at Duke University reports an abnormality in visual regions of the brain that is associated with a person's general risk for mental illness. The findings, published in Biological Psychiatry, indicate a signature abnormality ...

    Brain abnormality indicates general risk for mental illness

    A new study reports an abnormality in visual regions of the brain that is associated with a person's general risk for mental illness. The findings indicate a signature abnormality shared between common forms of mental illness, which could help clinicians ...

    Brain’s Visual Networks Linked to Mental Illness

    Poor communication between brain regions responsible for understanding what we see may increase risk of mental illness, said Duke researchers. The results show that a person's risk of mental illness broadly increases when the visual cortex has trouble ...
 

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