Jan 24, 2020
Psychology Today – If there’s one concept health researchers have come to agree on it’s this: What you eat matters.
Although they don’t always agree on what constitutes a healthy diet, medical experts have long understood that while certain foods can help to improve your physical well-being, others have the opposite effect.
Now, a new collection of evidence clearly demonstrates that what you eat also affects your mental health.
A review article published last month...
“I’ve seen mental health declining rapidly, especially with people being denied asylum.”
| Mental health crisis grows in border camps filled with hopeless, depressed migrants
Texas Public Radio – Hundreds of red, blue and orange tents are scattered around the Gateway International Bridge that connects Brownsville, Texas, to Matamoros, Mexico, where more than 2,000 asylum seekers live.
Children with their families have endured heat, cold and inclement weather for months. Such conditions are grinding down migrants' mental...
"If there's one message I want people to take away, it's this: reduce your consumption of soybean oil."
| By University of California - Riverside – New UC Riverside research shows soybean oil not only leads to obesity and diabetes, but could also affect neurological conditions like autism, Alzheimer's disease, anxiety, and depression.
Used for fast food frying, added to packaged foods, and fed to livestock, soybean oil is by far the most widely produced and...
Claire Russel, Liberty Headlines – BP CEO Bob Dudley admitted that concern over climate change has caused his daughter’s friends to start taking antidepressants.
Dudley, who will step down from his position with the oil company in February, said he hates seeing “young people so unhappy, so anxious,” and blamed these mental health issues on global warming.
And as someone who works for the oil industry, Dudley said he recognizes it’s been hard on his daughter.
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