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Daughters vs Dads: The Strange Relationship Surprises Researchers

Scientists found a surprising relationships between fathers and their daughters compared to fathers and their sons. Dads are more responsive to daughters thean their toddler sons. Another striking behavioral trait found is their different language style. A report by the American Psychological Association based on a study of 52 fathers of young children, with 30 being fathers of girls and ...

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Cataracts linked to Increasing Incidence of Depression in Older Adults: Chinese Researchers

Going beyond diabetes, scientists found that older adults with cataracts too are more likely to have symptoms of depression, ruling out the belief that they are independent of each other.  They attributed the link to vision loss that might cause older adults to become isolated and withdrawn, or even refusing to seek treatment for cataracts. According to new research by ...

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Depression: Target Early Symptoms, Says New Research

Medicine to ameliorate depression is a long-wait process and not applicable to 100% of patients, so Inserm researchers identified early cellular changes in the brain for the emergence of depressive symptoms, and vouch for early targeting of them with drugs. The aim of Manuel Mameli, Inserm researcher and Dr. Salvatore Lecca in his team, at Inserm Unit 839 the “Institut ...

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Fish Can Lower Risk of Depression by 20% in Men, 16% in Women

Fish can lower the risk of depression, say Chinese researchers, citing a sample study that involved 150 out of 278 participants. Fish, known for its Omega 3 fatty acids, can stimulate dopamine and serotonin levels in the human brain and these chemicals are major players in triggering depression. Several anti-depressant drugs such as SSRIs are manufactured to work directly to ...

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