SITUATIONAL DEPRESSION

It is important to differentiate “situational depression” from “clinical depression.” While situational depression occurs as a result of a traumatic event or a change in

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ADHD LINKED WITH DEPRESSION

“Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder” (ADHD), a brain disorder that can be diagnosed in children from 3-6 years of age, is characterized by an ongoing pattern

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DO YOU CONSTANTLY WORRY?

While it is quite normal to feel anxious on occasion, it is not healthy to worry constantly. If you find yourself in certain situations (or

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FROM MOTHER TO DAUGHTER

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has recommended that all pregnant women be screened for depression. The importance of this recommendation was recently underscored by

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ANXIOUS ABOUT YOUR HEALTH?

Anxiety disorders, which give rise to nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying, affect 40 million adults (18% of the population), making them the most common mental

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SENIOR CONCERNS

While there have been recent indications that people over age 65 generally are happier and less anxious than younger adults, the prevalence of mental illness

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THE MORNING ADVANTAGE

If you believe that “timing is everything,” there is new research that may further solidify your ideas on the matter. According to a new study,

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Therapy for Men

Traditionally, men have largely regarded themselves as problem-solvers who do not need outside assistance in resolving their emotional and mental issues. However, many men are

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Exposure Therapy

“Exposure therapy” is commonly employed to help people with phobias get over their fears. A “phobia” is an extreme or irrational fear of something that

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