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A New Mid-Life Crisis

There was a time when “mid-life crisis” was simply (though sadly and inaccurately) typified through divorce, a shiny red sports car, or career change. These stereotypes allowed us to distance ourselves from the real pain of those we know in midlife; we laughed and made jokes about older people trying to live out fantasies of being […]

Recognizing the Symptoms of Depression – 15 ways to help treat depression naturally.

Natural Depression Treatments 15 ways to help treat depression naturally. While therapy and medication are key in controlling depression, there’s also a lot you can do on your own to fight back. Making changes to your own behavior — your physical activity, diet, and lifestyle — can be effective natural depression treatments.  “Lifestyle changes are […]

You Can Start Feeling Better: 8 Important Things to Do About Depression

Better Sleep Depression can rob you of rest by making it hard to fall asleep or by waking you up too soon. That leaves you dragging the next day. And more important, lack of sleep can make depression more severe. Treatment for depression can help improve sleep. Better Sleep Depression can rob you of rest […]

Depression: Finding a Doctor or Therapist

Depression: Finding a Doctor or Therapist   To get better, you need expert help. Many people with depression have a team working with them. This might include your regular health care provider, a psychologist or therapist, and a psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse. In fact, studies show that combination treatment – antidepressants and talk therapy – […]

Depression Risk Upped for Teen Internet Addicts

Teenagers judged to be Internet addicts appear to have more than double the risk of developing depression over time, Chinese researchers said. Point out that this study suggests that pathological use of the Internet, in this case by Chinese adolescents, may have an adverse effect on mental health — in particular, the development of depression, […]

Feeding Your Learner: Back to School Nutrition

Feeding Your Learner: Back to School Nutrition by Amanda Morin As summer draws to a close, back-to-school preparations begin. There are school clothes to buy, backpacks to fill and, of course, there’s finding just the right lunchbox. Making sure your child has what he needs for the school year is more than just having the […]

Aging Fathers and Bipolar Children

More Harsh Reality: Aging Fathers and Bipolar Children By Peter D. Kramer    Like depression, bipolar disorder has been romanticized as an affliction that confers hidden benefits. It may, but evidence is accumulating that suggests manic-depression results from the sorts of genetic disruption that contribute to other severe afflictions, such as schizophrenia and autism. Readers […]

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