Online depression intervention tool found effective in adolescent mothers

Researchers from the University of Louisville found that using an Internet-based depression intervention tool program found effective in improving treatment rates of adolescent depressed mothers. This study is published in journal Archives of Women's Mental Health.Roughly half of the 400,000 adolescents 18 and younger who give birth annually in the United States experience depressive symptoms, but less … Continue reading Online depression intervention tool found effective in adolescent mothers

Walnut consumption is key to better mood and happiness in college students

Professor Pribis recommends a handful of walnuts, 1 to 3 ounces,daily for increased health benefits. The benefits from the tree nut not only positively affect mood but also the cardiovascularsystem and can be used as a support for weight loss.Credit: California Walnut CommissionCollege can be a stressful time for young adults as they figure out how … Continue reading Walnut consumption is key to better mood and happiness in college students