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Depression is a disease that goes beyond the sufferer to adversely affect families and communities. Now, a new study shows that depression for a pregn...
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Cognitive behavioral therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) not only reduces symptoms but also affects the underlying biology of this disor...
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A new study in Norway has linked higher autism birth rates to expectant mothers taking Tylenol (acetaminophen). In the study, mothers who took Tylenol...
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Exercise offers many benefits, even for people who develop a regular exercise program later in life. Four years of sustained regular physical activit...
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A Canadian woman was denied entry into the United States when a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent cited her hospitalization for clinical depres...
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In a stark illustration of the condition of mental health care in rural China, news stories and photographs reveal an 11-year-old boy who lives chain...
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Taking the drug modafinil, typically used to treat sleep disorders, in combination with antidepressants reduces the severity of depression more effect...
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Antidepressants are not "happy pills," nor are they a quick fix. In a series of frank, heartfelt video interviews, people who use antidepressants dis...
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In Daytona Beach, Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare is holding eight-hour "mental health first aid" classes for anyone to attend. The classe...
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Poor mental health and casual sex feed off of each other in teens and young adults. Each one contributes to the other over time. Teens who showed dep...

 
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