Women in post-trafficking services in moldova: diagnostic interviews over two time periods to assess returning women's mental health
- And June Cleaver Seemed So Cheery. Freinkel, Susan; Fuerst, Mark L.; Krieger, Elizabeth B. // Health (Time Inc. Health);Jul/Aug99, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p18
Details the study conducted by sociologist Chloe Bird of Brown University on the cause of depression in women. Results of a survey of men and women about the household chores they handle; Number of hours per week spend by married women in doing chores; Recommendation of Bird for employed women.
- Depression and early experiences among young Japanese women: multiple facets of experiences and subcategories of depression. Kitamura, T.; Kijima, N.; Aihara, W.; Tomoda, A.; Fukuda, R.; Yamamoto, M. // Archives of Women's Mental Health;1998, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p27
The link between childhood experiences (before age of 16) and later onset of depression was examined among 98 young Japanese women who had all been newly employed by a company in Tokyo, Japan. We compared three groups: (a) 15 women who had reported a single episode of DSM-III-R Major Depression...
- Don't Swallow Itâ€”Wallow in It. Yazel, Leslie // Glamour;Mar2002, Vol. 100 Issue 3, p118
Offers tips for preventing depression in women. Avoidance of dwelling in negative feelings; Timing in wallowing in depression; Identification of the things that bother.
- Depression in primary care. // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;1/6/2015, Vol. 187 Issue 1, p35
The article reveals that report from the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network suggests that women who were obese or over-weight were more likely to be depressed and that depression was more common in women.
- AGI Report Misrepresents Science on Abortion and Women's Mental Health. // National Right to Life News;Jun2006, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p16
Comments on the results of a study on abortion and its impact on women's mental health conducted by the Alan Guttmacher Institute. Role of abortion in the increased risk for anxiety, depression, sleep problems and suicidal behavior among women; Failure of the study to include adequate controls...
- Does Yoga Untie the Pretzel of Anxiety and Depression? Balk, Judith L. // Alternative Medicine Alert;Sep2009, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p100
Yoga may be helpful for psychological disorders. This randomized, controlled trial assessed the effects of yoga vs. wait-list control on anxiety and depression in women referred to a yoga clinic. Depression did not differ either between the two groups or before and after intervention; however,...
- New Zealand Abortion and Mental Health Study Exposes Unfounded Claims of Pro-Abortion Organizations. // National Right to Life News;Aug2006, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p1
The article focuses on the findings of a study on the link of abortion to various mental health problems conducted by a group of New Zealand researchers led by Doctor David Fergusson. The study discovered that young women who had abortion were at greater risk for depression, anxiety and suicidal...
- Abortion's Deleterious Effects on Women: Mental Health, Quality of Life, and Mortality Rates. // National Right to Life News;Jan2006, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p17
The article looks at various studies that document the impact of abortion on women's mental health and quality of life. Several concerns were addressed in the research, including a comparison between the risks associated with abortion and those associated with childbirth. Anxiety, depression and...
- From the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration. Goodwin, Frederick K. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;4/17/91, Vol. 265 Issue 15, p1926
Presents information on the research conducted by the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health in the Epidemiologic Catchment Area concerning the occurrence of mental illness in women. Overview of the sex difference in the incidence of depression and anxiety disorders; Percentage of U.S. adults...