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Your depression is over. The dark times seem like they are now a thing of the past. What do you do now? Don’t be tempted to stop medication or the...
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Catherine Zeta-Jones, who has been very open about her mental health struggles, has checked back into treatment for her bipolar II disorder. She ch...
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A new study from investigators at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) states that an excess of the brain neurotransmitter glutamate may cause a...
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People with severe depression who experience remission for up to six months after completing electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) report an improvement in...
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April is Stress Awareness Month. And if you have stress, you probably don’t need to be made aware of it, but perhaps you could use some tips on gettin...
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Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects about 77 million Americans, bringing with it disturbances that tend to severely affect sleeping patterns....
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Google may hold the key to happiness ...or depression. It seems that Google searches for information about common mental illnesses follow seasonal t...
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Despite widespread acceptance that mental illnesses are diseases that can be effectively treated, a common “backbone” of prejudice exists that unfairl...
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Can Welcome Home parades and yellow ribbon campaigns really reduce instances of post-traumatic stress disorder for soldiers coming home from war? One...
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According to new research, moms suffering from postpartum depression after a high-risk pregnancy would be willing to turn to online interventions if a...

 
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