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A global research initiative reveals good and bad news about the effect of depression on our brain. The bad news is that recurring, untreated depressi...
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The simplest definition of the cause of depression is that it is a mood disorder that emanates from chemical imbalances in the brain, perhaps exacerba...
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Being unflawed is one definition of perfection, yet a perfect whole must include all its aspects, including any imperfections. This is true for peopl...
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The incidence of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in the U.S. is two times greater for women than for men. The few studies that looked into sex d...
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Antidepressants are an extremely effective treatment for unipolar depression (major depressive disorder.). On the other hand, treatment of bipolar dep...
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Psychiatrist James Rucker is making a case for declassifying psychedelic drugs so their therapeutic potential can be studied. Rucker, an honorary lect...
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Specific negative environmental factors take a significant toll on the mental health of low income Latinos and African-Americans. Because the effects...
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Children are great at observing what goes on around them. They are also sensitive to change, particularly when the change impacts their household. A...
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Not everyone who is treated for depression gets relief. 10% to 20% of depression patients have no relief at all from symptoms after multiple treatment...
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Change and disappointment are part of life, and often stressful. Although a bit of stress is motivating, too much can create or worsen symptoms of dep...

 
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