Monthly Archives: September 2019

Abbreviated Abstract: Adverse childhood experiences are associated with mental and physical health risks that, through biological and psychosocial pathways, likely span generations. Within an individual, telomere length, an established marker of cellular stress and aging, is associated with both adverse childhood experiences and psychopathology, providing the … Continue reading

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Insulin resistance in humans is associated with increased risk of major depression. Such a relationship has been also found in rodents fed a high-fat diet. To determine whether insulin-sensitizing strategies induce anxiolytic- and/or antidepressant-like activities and to investigate the underlying … Continue reading

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Abstract: “Psychiatric morbidity is high in cities, so identifying potential modifiable urban protective factors is important. We show that exposure to urban green space improves well-being in naturally behaving male and female city dwellers, particularly in districts with higher psychiatric … Continue reading

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