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  • Brainsway new Deep TMS therapy is a viable option for many people
    Groundbreaking deep TMS therapy by Brainsway restores brain health
    Depression affects approximately 9.5% of the U.S. adult population each year. It is also estimated that 17% of the U.S. population will experience a major depressive episode at some point in their lives. While the go-to treatment option for most...
  • Baby Blues
    When it’s not just the baby blues
    Having a baby, for many women, is a dream come true. For some that dream can quickly turn into a nightmare when instead of feeling happy and excited for their new bundle of joy, they feel dread, anxiety and sadness.For years medical experts...
  • Breaking Up is Hard to Do
    Helpful Tips to Help You Deal with Heartbreak
    There are so many different ways it can happen. You think your relationship is fine and suddenly you’re hit with a bombshell. Your partner is unhappy… and worst of all, wants to break up. We all know the pain. I’ve been there...
  • Depression
    Teens with depression, bipolar disorder should be monitored for heart disease
    Teens diagnosed with major depression or bipolar disorder are at a high risk of early heart disease, according to a statement from the American Heart Association (AHA) published Aug. 10 in the journal Circulation. In the statement, healthcare...
  • Determing Your Anxieties
    Determining the source of your anxieties and depression
    A sure way to overcoming your fears and anxieties is in finding the source of your fears and being able to manage it. In dealing with any kinds of fears or anxieties, try to learn what is the real source of your fears and anxieties. Knowing what...
  • Depression
    Depression is not weakness
    A couple of weeks ago a close relative took her own life. It was an unexpected shock. She was fifty-three years old. She, as it is with many people, suffered in silence from depression.Many people who are depressed are afraid that expressing their...
  • Sleeping teen
    U.S. schools start too early for teens to get enough sleep
    Despite the clamor from health professionals and parents for later school start times, fewer than one in five middle and high schools start the academic day at an hour that allows teens to get a good night’s sleep. According to a Centers for...
  • Selective eating related to psychiatric problems
    Selective eating related to psychiatric problems
    Selective eating disorder is a condition present since earliest childhood where a child whose growth is normal but he or she only a very narrow range of foods and refuses all others. A new study has found that children with selective eating...
  • A depressed man
    Scientists have found a link between intestinal bacteria and depression
    Depression can be a very painful and costly experience. An understanding of the possible pathogenesis of depressed states of mind may help us prevent and treat depression more effectively. McMaster University reported via Newswise on July 28, 2015...
  • Overcoming Anxiety
    Interview with David Berndt, author of Overcoming Anxiety
    In today’s world, anxiety is felt by almost every human being on earth. The world is falling down all around them and the first thing they do is pop a pill. But the bad thing about that is, popping a pill can get quite expensive. Wouldn...
  • Jason Blades TWLOHA
    Warped 2015: interview with Jason Blades of To Write Love on Her Arms
    I had the opportunity to speak with Jason Blades, the music and events coordinator for non-profit organization To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA for short) at Warped Tour's 4th of July stop in West Palm Beach. To Write Love on Her Arms is an...
  • Richard Smallwood interviewed in Washington Post Magazine
    Richard Smallwood profiled in Washington Post Magazine cover story this Sunday
    Gospel legend Richard Smallwood is currently riding high on the charts, scoring his third No. 1 album with "Anthology Live." The album is a wonderful collection of 11 new songs and 3 medleys, including the favorite “Same God,&rdquo...
  • Can you date them?
    Can you date them?
    Everyone searches for a certain something in a person when it comes to dating. What is it? Is it the smile, physique or personality? Let’s say you have finally met the one you feel may be “the one”. The both of you have invested...
  • Yoga and breast cancer
    Yoga lowers depression in those recovering from breast cancer
    Women with operable breast cancer preparing for surgery and undergoing treatment after surgery can reduce their depression by practicing yoga, according to new research published in the Indian Journal of Palliative Care.Depression is a common...
  • Antidepressant trials exclude most "real world" patients with depression
    Most patients with depression excluded from drug research trials
    More than 80 percent of 'real world' patients with depression are not eligible for clinical trials that test antidepressant drugs, says research by Drs. Sheldon Preskorn and Matthew Macaluso of University of Kansas School of Medicine...
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