Men: A Different Depression

Research Shows That… According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), about six million American men suffer from depression every year. Yet psychologists know that men are far less likely than women to seek help not only for all mental-health problems, but depression in particular. According to the NIMH public-information campaign, “Real Men. Real […]

Multi-Tasking at Work

What the research shows Doing more than one task at a time, especially more than one complex task, takes a toll on productivity. Although that shouldn’t surprise anyone who has talked on the phone while checking E-mail or talked on a cell phone while driving, the extent of the problem might come as a shock. […]

Depression and Exercise

Exercise is an effective, cost-effective treatment for depression and may help in the treatment of other mental disorders. Findings You know that exercise is good for your body. Among other facts, exercise decreases the risk of coronary heart disease and stroke and related factors, decreases the risk of various cancers, lowers blood pressure, improves metabolism, […]