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41 resultados para 'depression'

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17:33

Opinion

We were going to be better

Héctor Barbotta

...was as the world was collapsing around them. As there was no other way of preventing depression at the start of a lockdown with no certain end date, we preferred to believe that the misfortune would lead us to weave bonds of solidarity in the

10:43

LifeStyle

Depression increases deaths from cancer

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

...a valley in the 70s, repairing the telomeres could cure some age-related problems. Depression and cancer "We know there are hundreds of different types of cancer and around 90 per cent of them, at an advanced stage, show great activity in the ... showed that suffering from depression, combined with little length in the telomeres, increases the mortality rate from some cancers. "A study at the Cancer Centre of Texas measured the telomeres and the degree of depression in 440 patients who had ... depression. However, the group that combined depression and short telomeres had a higher mortality rate and survived for 30 months. That's a huge difference. The telomeres can predict mortality." With regard to the relationship between mood and length of

20:44

LifeStyle

Study in Malaga links obesity to anxiety and depression

Ángel Escalera

A Malaga biomedical research body has linked obesity to anxiety and depression. The study by nutritionists at Ibima, which is linked to Malaga university and the city's two main hospitals, was published in the Scientific Reports journal, part of the ... Nature group. Its main finding is that there is a possible link between the inflammation of body fat tissue and some types of mental illness, such as anxiety and depression. The study looked at obese and non-obese people. Obesity, despite being often

12:06

LifeStyle

Life-saving microbes

SUR

...syndrome, as well as autoimmune illnesses, depression and autism. There is still a great deal of research to be done, because at present there is a lack of scientific evidence. So far, says Rosa del Campo, microbiologist at the Instituto Ramón y Cajal

14:05

LifeStyle

"All my hair fell out in one day"

ANTONIO PANIAGUA

...losing it damages self-esteem and, especially in women, can lead to depression and anxiety. "From a psychological point of view it is very hard. As well as it being unpleasant, you live in uncertainty. You don't know what to do, you see so many

22:12

Opinion

Don't become a victim of market volatility

JEREMY BLATCH JB@ehh.gi

In March 1933, at what turned out to be the peak of the Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt gave the famous rallying cry to America that "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself". Today fear has again gripped investors, and we have

15:00

Sport

Duane is smiling again

ENRIQUE MIRANDA

Duane da Rocha's face lights up when you ask her what it means to be competing at Inacua again. “This pool is incredible,” she says. She has spent thousands of hours here, and hours and hours of training which led to an enviable career: she has compe

15:46

LifeStyle

How to deal with psychological effects of the lockdown

ROSSEL APARICIO

...displaying signs of anxiety and in another survey of 14,000 people, 16.3 per cent presented symptoms of depression," warns psychologist Álvaro Bilbao. He has some useful advice on identifying psychological effects of the quarantine and how to overcome

16:54

LifeStyle

Children get the blues too

JOSEBA VÁZQUEZ

According to the World Health Organization about two per cent of children aged between six and 12 suffer from depression, and in those aged 12 to 14 the percentage is between four and six per cent. In Spain, figures from the medical community are ... the other hand specialists such as Andrés Payà, a doctor in Pedagogy and head of Comparative Education in the Faculty of Philosophy at Valencia university, believe that "a diagnosis of depression in a child is not always correct, because many changes ... the experts agree on other aspects as well. For example, that there are more cases of child depression at certain times of year, such as early autumn and spring. Like adults, they tend to be affected by asthenia in March and April, and when autumn

16:47

LifeStyle

Smiles reach across solitude

Alekk M. Saanders / jennie rhodes

...during the lockdown. “They say the human brain is wired to respond positively to laughter and smiles. It generates chemicals which help us to stay in a good mood and to avoid depression. Especially now, with the lockdown and the nasty weather, it is