Author: Monti Molzen

Do We Live in an Age of Anxiety?

According to the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) of Mental Disorders, 2% to 4% of Americans suffered from an anxiety disorder in

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Struggling with Heart Failure

Because heart failure (HF) can lead to significant health complications and reduced quality of life, both male and female patients can become depressed as a

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Feeling Stressed at Work?

If you feel stressed at work, you are hardly alone. A recent poll of nearly 900 American employees shows that about three in every four

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Worrying News for Women

Because women are twice as likely as men to suffer from anxiety disorders, researchers felt compelled to take a closer look at the matter. When

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Real Men Get Depressed, Too

Although depression may be more common among women, men also get depressed. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, at least six million men

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Aging Concerns

As the population ages and Baby Boomers enter their senior years, it should be noted that an Institute of Medicine panel recently pointed out that

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Capsule Summary

In recent years, investigations into the biological causes of depression have shown that anti-depressant medications can effectively relieve symptoms in many cases. However, no one

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