Tag Archives: Depression

Increased Identification of Women with Perinatal Depression, But Still Room for Improvement

Over the last decade, public awareness of the mental health challenges women face has grown tremendously, and we can say with certainty that we have succeeded in putting this important topic firmly on the medical map.  Still, the field of women’s mental health faces important challenges. How can we best serve women and the clinicians… Read More »

8 ways walking can help depression and anxiety – the psychotherapist’s guide

Feeling stressed or anxious? Psychotherapist Jonathan Hoban, author of Walk with Your Wolf, reveals how walking can help you feel happier, calmer and less stressed It’s a Wednesday morning and I’m walking through one of London’s green spaces. As the warmth of the sun hits my face, accompanied by a cold wind, I feel alive… Read More »

People who drink a glass of wine a day have a lower risk of depression than tee-totallers

People who drink a glass of wine a day have a lower risk of depression than tee-totallers, study finds Researchers in Sweden tracked the lifestyle habits of more than 5,000 people from 1998 to 2010 They found the people with the best mental health drank up to 14 units a week – the equivalent of… Read More »