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Antidepressants SMACKED Again: Readers STUNNED, Defiant

If I was an antidepressant, I'd sure be looking over my shoulder these days. There was a time when they were research and media darlings, but those days appear to be gone. Once again, antidepressants have been smacked; however, reader reaction is the real story. Tap-in for the scoop...

Owners of seriously ill pets at risk of stress, anxiety and depressive symptoms

Owners of seriously or terminally ill pets are more likely to suffer with stress and symptoms of depression and anxiety, as well as poorer quality of life, compared with owners of healthy animals, finds a study.

Rewire Your Burned-out Brain

Reverse burnout symptoms of emotional exhaustion & physical fatigue. You can rewire your brain experiences that boost optimism, pleasure, and positive expectations.

New insights, possible solutions for opioid epidemics using machine

Unique structural, biological and chemical insights have been identified in the way different opioid drugs activate the receptors and specific signaling pathways responsible for the drug's beneficial and adverse effects, according to a study.

When Trust Is Gone, What Can You Do?

We live in a time when everyone is talking about trust and no one seems to be feeling much of it. Here's what you can do when you no longer trust.

Answer Me This: Why Are Americans So Depressed?

We are growing more depressed, with young people in the lead, and our pharmaceutical response is obviously not working. How about psychedelics?

Playing Hurt

A vulnerable and inspiring story from sportscaster John Saunders.

5 Simple Steps for Suicide Prevention

This week, National Suicide Prevention Week, it seems particularly appropriate to talk about both the good and the evidence-based.

Scientific discovery explains why stress hormone can prevent disorders after exposure to traumatic event

A study reveals that the Ppm1f gene is altered when exposed to traumatic stress and is associated with posttraumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety.

The CAUSE of DEPRESSION: What If It Really Is THIS?

Neurotransmitters, neural synapse, and reuptake issues. For decades, that's been the cause of depression, shall we say, rhetoric. But what if scientists have been barking-up the wrong tree, and they're just plain wrong? I mean, what if it really is this? Tap-in and see what you think...

What Does it Take to Survive Emotionally after a Disaster?

Following a disaster, the afflicted individuals must all deal with reorganizing their lives. Some people, however, seem particularly vulnerable according to new research.

Who's Most Likely to Become Depressed After a Disaster?

Following a disaster, the afflicted individuals must all deal with reorganizing their lives. Some people, however, seem particularly vulnerable according to new research.

Copper Toxicity: A Common Cause of Psychiatric Symptoms

Could copper overload be the cause of your depression, anxiety, ADHD and poor immune function? Copper toxicity is a treatable condition, but you first must identify it.

What Suicide Survivors Want You to Know

Parents and loved ones of those who have died by suicide share their personal stories. Learn some of the warning signs and how you can help.

16 Tons

I see in Annie's eyes the fear of a personal apocalypse.

The Flight Attendant Said My Leg Was Going to Fall Off

Medical advice should make people feel better, but it's easy to make them feel worse, by only paying attention to what you say, not what they hear.

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