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If you could have a chip implanted in your brain that relieved depression or PTSD symptoms, would you consider it? In the not too distant future, peo...
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Depression makes you miserable. Nothing feels right, you aren’t up to doing the things you used to do, and you’re exhausted and irritable all the time...
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When most of us encounter situational depression, or depression that is triggered by a circumstance in our life - we pathologize it. We treat it as be...
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A gut-wrenching paroxysm of hilarity, or laughter, is one of the most pleasurable and healing of human experiences. Fortunately, life’s ironies and ab...
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For those who are seeking treatment for symptoms of depression, there are many choices. Even if you lack health insurance or money, there is help avai...
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Some pieces of the puzzle that we call schizophrenia came together for researchers at Duke University. It is hoped that the new insights will lead to...
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Though research on the health benefits of essential oils is limited, what exists indicates their use may relieve symptoms of anxiety and depression. T...
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Probably one of the largest barriers to the treatment of depression is making the decision to seek help. Once you have made that decision, however, th...
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When stuck in depression's doldrum of fatigue, disinterest, and hopelessness, getting moving again might seem impossible. These five suggestions may h...
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Post-adoption depression syndrome, or PADS, describes the difficulty some adoptive moms and dads experience when idealized hopes of adoption do not ma...

 
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