New smartphone technology called Mobilyze is being developed to make personal mood assessments and help people stave off depression.
Mothers suffering from postpartum depression after high-risk pregnancy would go online for help if they could remain anonymous, according to a new study out of Case Western Reserve.
A report from the American Academy of Pediatrics offers good advice for parents, but triggers questions about whether it's right in asserting that Facebook may cause depression
This week, Donald and Jasmine bask in the glory of an Eric Franklin-less Crave, ogling a glimpse of the future in the form of new holographic technology. Also on our radar at the moment: a new type of grill that goes behind your teeth, some bus stop distractions for our fellow San Franciscans, and super dangerous flaming gloves that no meth head should ever possess. And of course no show would be complete without some excitement over beer, in this case a super speedy bottom-filling beer dispensing system. Finally, we stuff our faces--both real and ceramic--with cookies, pizza, and a spectacular-looking torta.
Researchers hope that discovered correlations will lead to software tools that will help identify users' symptoms of depression.
A glimpse of the future in the form of new holographic technology. Also on our radar at the moment: a new type of lighting that goes in your mouth, some bus stop distractions for our fellow San Franciscans, and superdangerous flaming gloves.
Following study linking night light to cancer growth, researchers now find that--in hamsters--night exposure to even the dim light of a computer or TV screen is linked to depression.
We tend to think of a depression as a Very Bad Thing, but maybe it will make us return to values that we've long forgotten.
Research shows a link between Web usage and depression. But does the Web make you depressed? Or do depressed people have nowhere else to go but the Web?
While both venues summon an elite group of thinkers and doers, this week's conference, focused on technology, entertainment and design, is decidedly more optimistic.