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12 Tips to Remedy Seasonal Depression

As Fall comes, so do the Fall Blues. Maybe that's why they picked September as National Suicide Prevention Month. Here are 12 tips on how to ward off seasonal depression.

Protesting against Big Pharma is One Thing

The new drugs, on the whole, have been a blessing, and it is unnerving to see the whole psychopharmacological enterprise now trashed in an indiscriminate manner.

Help Your College Student Combat a Major Danger: Depression

With the right treatment plan, your child can develop the tools to fight her way out of the darkness of depression and into the light of recovery.

Suicide in Children — What Every Parent Must Know

Only about one-third of children or young adolescents who died from suicide told anyone that they intended to kill themselves. Do you know the risk factors?

Darkness in the Morning, Depression in the Afternoon

It is a warmer than usual Autumn season, but nevertheless the diminished light of winter will soon arrive. Here are some ideas to stay ahead of Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Daddy, Can I Die and Make the Pain Stop?

Some young children think about suicide, but adults often never hear the cry for help.

When Social Media Sparks Depression

A new study highlights the psychological risks associated with the online harassment that can often occur on social medial sites such as Facebook.

Why Doctors See Antidepressant Effects That Researchers Miss

Trust drug trials and mistrust clinical observation? Sometimes doctors know best—while researchers are blind to factors that help depressed patients recover.

Can a Dog Really Suffer From Depression?

One of the breakthroughs in veterinary medicine has been the recognition that dogs and humans may have similar psychological problems and can be treated the same way.

Overcoming Excuses for Not Taking Care of Your Brain

Sometimes it’s easier to believe the faulty logic of these thoughts – don’t!

Those Facebook Blues

A new study highlights the psychological risks associated with the online harassment that can often occur on social medial sites such as Facebook..

Myths Around Taking Care Of Your Brain

Sometimes it’s easier to believe the faulty logic of these thoughts – don’t!

Better, cost-effective depression treatment for teens identified

Depression can create a huge cost burden on patients and institutions, and for teenagers that includes issues like missed school and the costs of healthcare for families. A new study identifies a cost-effective treatment that yields promising results for depressed teens.

Why don't antidepressants work in some patients?

SSRI antidepressants (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors, the best known being Prozactm) are amongst the most commonly taken medicines. However, there seems to be no way of knowing in advance whether or not SSRIs will work effectively. Show More Summary

The Truth About Tic Disorders | “Whoa! What causes these, anyway? And how do I show them the door?”

You've dealt with tics off-and-on for years. I mean, you've kept your stress under control, used cognitive and behavioral techniques, and learned how to cover for them. So they've been a minor inconvenience. Well, now they're worse than ever. Stunned, you're asking some serious questions about cause and how to make them go away. Yeah, "Whoa!"

4 Disorders That Resemble Depression, But Aren't

Depression is a serious illness that affects millions of people, but because four conditions mimic the disorder, seeking a blood test for an accurate diagnosis is vital.

Diversity and Inclusiveness Is Good For Your Well-being

Being intolerant of people who are different to you may be bad for your well-being; results for 8 different aspects of well-being.

Can sertraline prevent depressive disorders following traumatic brain injury?

Depressive disorders are common following traumatic brain injury (TBI). So, can the antidepressant medication sertraline prevent the onset of depressive disorders following TBI?

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