Increased levels of physical activity can significantly reduce the odds of depression, even among people who are genetically predisposed to the condition, according to a new study from Harvard researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). In a paper published in the journal Depression and Anxiety, the team reported that individuals whoRead More →

A range of tests developed in Scotland could help cancer research and see more patients accepted onto clinical trials. The Glasgow Cancer Tests are a new suite of tests created at Glasgow Precision Oncology Laboratory (GPOL). The affordable solid tumour and blood cancer tests are designed to be used inRead More →

NICE, France — Depression is the strongest long-term predictor of health-related quality of life (HR-QoL), followed by generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), for patients with isolated dystonia, a new study shows. Dystonia motor severity only predicted social functioning, researchers found. Isolated dystonia is dystonia with or without tremor but without other neurologic findings. “With the pathRead More →