Editor Emeritus on October 28th, 2009

The research explored what is behind the feeling of not being competent and involved use and detailed analysis of focussed psychological measurement scales. Where it becomes particularly interesting holistically is that it will further clarify the role of demoralization in the etiology and pathogenesis of both physical illnesses and mental disorders.

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Editor Emeritus on October 7th, 2009

A good diet is your best friend. A new study by Almudena Sanchez-Villegas et al found that those eating a Mediterranean-style diet were 30 per cent less likely to suffer from depression, compared to those who had the lowest Mediterranean diet scores. That seems to be a substantial benefit. The so-called Mediterranean diet is rich […]

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