Magic mushroom useful for depression

Health By May 03, 2024 No Comments

London: A new study has found that ‘Magic mushrooms’ can provide effective treatment for depression after one or two doses. According to research published in the British Medical Journal, a single dose of psilocybin, an active ingredient found in magic mushrooms, reduced depression in the study. A team of British researchers examined databases that compared the use of psilocybin as…

Depression Affects Women More Than Men, Research

Health By Mar 25, 2024 No Comments

Tokyo: Experts say that women who suffer from depression are more likely to develop heart disease than men. A study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) found that women with depression are more vulnerable to heart problems than men who have the same level of depression as women. Depression is the third leading cause of…

Introducing an app that detects depression from facial expressions

Health By Mar 19, 2024 No Comments

Hanover: Researchers have introduced a smartphone app that can detect depression from facial expressions using artificial intelligence. According to media reports, a team of researchers in Germany has developed an app called ‘ModCapture’ which they say can provide opportunities for better mental health using AI technology. The researchers presented a report at the Association of Computing Machinery’s CHI 2024 conference….

Introducing an app that diagnoses depression before symptoms appear

Health By Mar 02, 2024 No Comments

The mobile app will diagnose depression by analyzing the user’s facial expressions—Photo: Microsoft United States: Artificial Intelligence (AI) is gaining importance with each passing day and will now alert mobile phone users of health issues even the user is not aware of. A mobile app ‘mood capture’ can use AI to read human facial expressions and predict whether a user…

Grandparental involvement in child care reduces maternal depression

Health By Feb 24, 2024 No Comments

Helsinki: A new study has found that when grandparents lend a hand in caring for their grandchildren, mothers are less likely to develop depression and are less dependent on anti-depressant medications. According to media reports, a new study by Finnish researchers published in the Journal of Population Studies found that mothers whose parents or in-laws contributed to the care of…

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