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A hobby is an interest or activity that we engage in outside our place of employment primarily because it brings us pleasure. We do it—whether gardeni...
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Schisandra berries are not a fruit you will want to drop on your oatmeal or mix into a smoothie. These unique berries are primarily used for medicinal...
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Postpartum depression, depression that occurs several months and up to a year after a child is born, doesn’t only affect mothers. The changes and stru...
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Dealing with postpartum depression is not easy. A woman with postpartum depression may feel hopeless and not know how to deal with it. A husband whose...
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Our mood and feelings are highly influenced by our self-talk, or what we say to ourselves. Self-talk can take place so quickly and automatically we ma...
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You've likely seen the ads and features talking about the latest fitness app or the newest calorie-counting dieter's app for the iPhone, Android, or o...
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Neurons and neurotransmitters have been in the depression research spotlight for decades. Now, a different type of brain cell, the microglia, is getti...
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Some researchers believe their work will alter the way people think about depression, reducing the stigma associated with it. Their studies link sympt...
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We can support a positive outlook or help relieve depressive symptoms by eating foods and spices that enhance mood, such as lentils, chicken, curry, a...
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Some doctors and alternative medical practitioners recommend the spice saffron for depression relief. Why would saffron help? One theory is that saffr...

 
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