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Women twice more prone to depression than men

Women twice more prone to depression than men

Key issues in women’s mental health were explored at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar’s (WCM-Q) latest Grand Rounds lecture series.

WISH announces new study into anxiety and depression

WISH announces new study into anxiety and depression

The report was announced at a WISH event at the University of Oxford’s Harris Manchester College recently by Paul Farmer, chair of the WISH Anxiety and Depression Research Group.

Fidel Castro's eldest son commits suicide: Cuban state media

Fidel Castro's eldest son commits suicide: Cuban state media

The popular eldest son of the late Cuban president Fidel Castro committed suicide on Thursday, state media reported. He was 68 years old.

Hurricane Nate moves north from US Gulf Coast

Hurricane Nate moves north from US Gulf Coast

Nate eased quickly overnight from one of the fastest-moving hurricanes ever to hit the US Gulf Coast to a fitful and deteriorating tropical depression, but only after flooding streets and casinos.

Depression second common mental health condition in Qatar

Depression second common mental health condition in Qatar

Depression is the second most common mental health condition in Qatar, an official of Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) has said. However, the prevalence of depression in the country ...

PHCC launches adolescent-friendly service in 3 health centres

PHCC launches adolescent-friendly service in 3 health centres

The Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) has launched an adolescent-friendly health service at Al Rayyan, West Bay and Madinat Khalifa health centres.

Depression hangover

Depression hangover

When you have gone through a severe depression, even when the factors that have caused it (either situational or biochemical) are in remission or even ended, you may still be having some moments of feeling down or anxious.