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Brain Signal Synchronization Device in Development

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An implantable mental health therapy system is being designed to synchronize signaling rhythms from various regions of the brain. . . . → Read More: Brain Signal Synchronization Device in Development

Institute Assessing Covid-19 Mental Health Programs

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A research institute evaluating real-world health outcomes is funding studies of Covid-19 mental health programs for health care workers and low-income communities. . . . → Read More: Institute Assessing Covid-19 Mental Health Programs

Infographic – Mental Health Effects of Pandemic

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Physical symptoms experienced by people with Covid-19 infections are well documented over the past few months, but the psychological toll is also beginning to get attention. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Mental Health Effects of Pandemic

UCLA, Apple Partner on Depression Study

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Researchers from University of California in Los Angeles and Apple Corp. are beginning a study of wearable and home technologies to detect depression. . . . → Read More: UCLA, Apple Partner on Depression Study

Trial Underway Assessing Insomnia Therapy App

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A clinical trial began enrolling participants to collect real world evidence on a digital therapy designed to relieve chronic insomnia. . . . → Read More: Trial Underway Assessing Insomnia Therapy App

Trial Indicates App Helps Treat Behavior Disorder

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Results of a clinical trial suggest a smartphone app designed for use in a therapy program helps some people control their obsessive-compulsive disorder. . . . → Read More: Trial Indicates App Helps Treat Behavior Disorder

Depression Therapy Licensed for Online Distribution

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A therapy program for depression designed to reduce spirals of repeated negative thinking is licensed to a digital mental health company for online use. . . . → Read More: Depression Therapy Licensed for Online Distribution

Energy Employees Not Ready for Office Return

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A survey shows a large majority of energy industry workers prefers to continue working remotely than return their regular offices during the Covid-19 pandemic. . . . → Read More: Energy Employees Not Ready for Office Return

Survey Tracking Covid-19 Mental Health Impact

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A survey is underway in the U.S. to gauge the mental health impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, with data also collected with personal activity trackers. . . . → Read More: Survey Tracking Covid-19 Mental Health Impact

Psychiatric Drug Maker Raises $80M in Venture Funds

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A developer of treatments for mental health disorders based on controlled hallucinogenic substances is raising $80 million in new venture financing. . . . → Read More: Psychiatric Drug Maker Raises $80M in Venture Funds