They found that the prevalence rate of BZD prescription increased from 0.81 per 100 inhabitants in 2006 to 0.99 per 100 inhabitants in 2013.
The study, “Trigger warning: Empirical evidence ahead,” published last week in the Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, concludes that trigger warnings may not be...
A new study in The Journal of Neuroscience reveals that some monkeys may pass a tendency toward anxiety down from generation to generation, and it might...
Individual differences in the connectivity between regions of the brain involved in fear and anxiety are heritable.
While previous studies have linked psychiatric disorders to worse outcomes in patients with heart failure (HF), Celano and his team set out to clarify these relationships.
What you don’t know about anxiety can hurt you.
A recent pilot project undertaken in New York's Montefiore Health system is among the latest to demonstrate the value of digital apps for patients with depression...
The Mental Health Experience in Canada’s Workplaces study collected over 1,500 responses in a six-month period.
A recently published review finds a significant link between hay fever and a raised risk of anxiety and depression in adolescents.
Americans are much more anxious today than a year ago, and baby boomers have seen the largest increase in anxiety levels.