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Chronic adversity dampens dopamine production | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

The findings, published today in. eLife. , may help explain why. long-term exposure to psychological trauma and abuse increases the risk of mental illness and addiction.

What really is mental illness? | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

What really is mental illness? June 16, 2019. Defining mental disorders and illnesses is not straightforward.

A satisfying romantic relationship may improve breast cancer survivors' health | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

But elevated inflammation over time increases survivors’ risk for a whole range of illnesses.

A new understanding of mental illness | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

A new understanding of mental illness. January 2, 2022. This is the suicide season—more people take their lives just after Christmas/New Year (or indeed any holiday) than at any other time of year.

A pathway to a better way to treat depression? | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

What the researchers say: The new research shows that individuals with high levels of a little-studied neural receptor called GPR158 may be more susceptible to depression following chronic stress.

Rising stress, depression in US linked to pandemic-related losses, media consumption | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

Rising stress, depression in US linked to pandemic-related losses, media consumption. September 27, 2020.