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Scientists Find a Possible Link Between Gut Bacteria and Depression

The human microbiome—a collection of bacteria, archaea, fungi and viruses commingling in the gut and intestines—has been linked to a wide range of human health conditions, including digestive health and the prevention of autoimmune diseases. Some research has even identified a possible link between gut health and brain function. Building on this work, a study […]



Botulinum Toxin : Emerging Psychiatric Indications

Current Psychiatry   Botulinum toxin has shown promising antidepressant effects, and might be helpful for several other indications   Botulinum toxin, a potent neurotoxic protein produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, has been used as treatment for a variety of medical indications for more than 25 years (Box,1-12 page 10). Recently, researchers have been explor-ing […]

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The Food Mood Link

Does what you eat affect depression and anxiety? New research and a new area of study-food psychiatry- explore the connection between food and mental health. Great article by Kelli Miller on WebMD. What’s for dinner? The question now pops up in an unexpected place – the psychiatrist’s office. More research finds that a nutritious diet […]

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TMS Therapy – Fighting Depression with Magnets

From Scientific American Transcranial magnetic stimulation(TMS) isn’t a new therapy, but it can be an effective last line of defense against this frequently disabling disorder. Depression and antidepressant use are at all-time highs in the year 2017, but for about a third of those affected, depression still doesn’t get better with medication—and for these patients, […]