Tag: depression


Weight Training Lifts Spirits

Aerobic training has long been associated with a reduced incidence of depression. Now, thanks to a new study led by researchers at the University of Limerick, in Ireland, weight training has joined the depression fighting club. The New York Times reports that researchers at the school reviewed¬†33 studies of weight […]

Attitude Women's Health

Life Gets Better Post Menopause

For women of a certain age–the age that follows menopause–life gets better. That’s the verdict of researchers at the University of Melbourne, who tracked the happiness of 252 women over a 20 year period. A University of Melbourne news release reports that researchers found that rather than becoming moodier as […]


Chasing Happiness Can Make Us Sad

Yes, it’s great to be happy. What’s not great is trying to be happy and not succeeding. In fact, researchers at the University of Melbourne are convinced that pressure to feel happy is contributing to depression. A U of Melbourne news release reports that social psychologist Brock Bastian has found […]


Latest Therapy For Depression: Bouldering

Forget about drugs, yoga, meditation–the latest recommended therapy for depression involves climbing large rocks, yes, without ropes. Bouldering, it turns out, is used in many hospitals, OK, German hospitals, to treat the symptoms of depression. Now two German researchers, Eva-Maria Stelzer, a PhD candidate at the University of Arizona,¬†and Katharina […]