March 2019

New Approved, Fast-Acting Depression Treatment Could Help Millions

New Approved, Fast-Acting Depression Treatment Could Help Millions

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, over 16 million adults in the US have experienced depression, and many have experienced limited to no success with traditional treatment methods. On Tuesday, however, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new prescription treatment that could potentially address this; a nasal spray version of ketamine.

 

 

New Study Finds Death Metal Music Doesn’t Inspire Violence

Despite the common misconception, Death metal - a subgenre of heavy metal music with a strong, graphic emphasis on violence - often gets a bad rap, becoming the target of  parents, religious groups and censorship boards, who claim that this type of music desensitize listeners to violence.

Despite the common misconception, Death metal - a subgenre of heavy metal music with a strong, graphic emphasis on violence - often gets a bad rap, becoming the target of  parents, religious groups and censorship boards, who claim that this type of music desensitize listeners to violence. A new study recently published in the Royal Society journal Open Science has proven that this theory is, in fact, false.   

 

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