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Say Hello to your pocket psychiatrist!

Don't think you can trick your smart phone with a fake smile as it can figure out if you are depressed!

Much as it sounds as if you are reading a cool science fiction piece, this has been recently established in a scientific study by a group from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, led by Dr. David Mohr.

Depression is a serious mental illness that afflicts nearly 350 million people, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

At its worst stage, depression can lead to suicide. Although there are therapies such as antidepressant drugs available for treatment, yet they can be effective only if the illness is diagnosed at the right time.

Thus the key to curbing the incidence of this...

Predicting drug failure in Rheumatoid Arthritis

Relief for Rheumatoid Arthritis
New research has found that it may be possible to determine which rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients will not respond to biologic drugs.

Rheumatoid...

So you think you can eat anything...

"So, you are a Foodie?" Does this feel like being teased or reproached for your gluttonous behavior?

Fear not, for here's music to your ears!

A new...

Miscarriage still misunderstood

Most people wrongly believe that miscarriage is rare and its possible causes are shrouded in myth, a new study shows. The study, conducted by Dr....

Staying fit helps your brain age well

The importance of keeping healthy by increasing our physical activity has been a constant topic of discussion by medical professionals.
They...

Brain Map for Language

A multi-site research project has given a new perspective on diagnosing different forms of aphasia, a condition that often occurs after stroke or...

Worms, Neurons, and What Scientists are Learning about Behavior Variability

Red light stimulates the worm neurons, giving scientists an idea of how they respond to environment
The human body has a mind-boggling amount of neurons. Nearly 100 billion neurons fire messages across almost 100 trillion synapses. It's an enormous...

The link between sleep therapy and Alzheimer's

Better sleep, better prospects for Alzheimer's patients.
Our sleep patterns change with age. For older adults sleep disorders are common and they often struggle with early waking in the morning and...

Crystallizing steps towards improving drug and vaccines development

Image: Crystal
Our body consists of countless molecules: water, micro- and macro-elements, sugars, fatty acids, proteins and others. We function as precise,...

Will future sunscreens come in a pill?

It is June and in Europe the summer is on. The allure of beach time has made some of us work out, so that we could show off our muscles during sun...

"Sweet nectar for me", says the sick bumblebee

Bee useful
Several animals reach inside Mother Nature's medicine cabinet when they get sick. Chimps with parasitic worms have been observed swallowing whole...

A Sweet Deal for Antibiotics

Scientists have shown that a concentrated extract of maple syrup has the capacity to make disease-causing bacteria more vulnerable to antibiotics.

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The Benefits of Music Therapy

Exposure to music influences how genes are read and processed in the brain.
Being a parent you must have heard about the good impact of classical music on child development. You have read that music helps the young ones...

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