Biomarkers for Bipolar Disorder Hold Promise for Better Treatment

by Samoon Ahmad • January 15, 2019

A team of medical researchers based in the University of Policlinico Hospital in Milan, Italy, claim that they have discovered biomarkers for bipolar patients with and without psychosis. The team’s study, which was published in the journal Bipolar Disorders, found that the brains of both sets of bipolar patients, those with psychosis and those without, […]

The Gut/Brain Connection and Your Mental Health

by Samoon Ahmad • December 3, 2018

A growing body of evidence suggests that your diet may have more to do with your mental health than conventional wisdom may have you believe. While most Americans would not be surprised to find that eating greasy food and drinking alcohol may lead one to feel sluggish or apathetic, few realize how extensive the communication […]

Diving into Water Therapy

by Samoon Ahmad • November 27, 2018

It is no secret that people love water. From playing in pools to days at the beach to buying sound machines that mimic the sound of ocean waves, humans feel an affinity to water. What many researchers are coming to find is that water is not only pleasant to be around; it can even be […]