Middle-aged and older women who naturally go to bed and get up early (early birds) are considerably less likely to be depressed, according to a new observational study.
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Feel like you’re letting everyone down? Have you become isolated? Carol outlines these ways and more that might signify you’re depressed as a caregiver.
Stigma around mental health seems all the more surprising when we consider that around 60 million Americans have a mental illness in any given year. But it happens. Here’s how.
During depression, some defense mechanisms become more prominent. Learn the fascinating ways we use denial, anger, and other defenses to protect ourselves emotionally.
A new study published in the journal Depression and Anxiety found that negative experiences of social media among teenagers and young adults are associated with increased depressive symptoms.
A stigma surrounds mental health, and this stigma says that you should be scared of someone who struggles with their mental health because they are “crazy” or dangerous, when this is simply not true.
When it comes to the correlation between mental health and violence, there are many myths that people believe as facts. These myths bring the wrong type of attention to the subject of mental health.
A report published in Preventive Medicine shows that African-Americans and Latinos experience more depression than whites.
A new observational study in The BMJ confirms that use of antidepressant medications may cause weight gain over at least five years.
Rates of depression are increasing in the United States – especially among teens and young adults, suggests data that also suggests depression is second only to high blood pressure in terms of its effect on overall health.