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New knowledge could help predict and prevent depression

In a new study, researchers from the Danish iPSYCH project demonstrate that people with the highest genetic propensity are over two and a half times…

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Meditation may offer relief for late-life depression and anxiety

People living with late-life anxiety and depression might want to try meditating in addition to medicating, according to a Canadian study. The study, which was…

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My Life Got Better When I Accepted My Depression Wouldn’t

I have depression, and I may never get better. That might sound defeatist, but it’s actually the most freeing thought I’ve ever had. My life…

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Yes, You Can Help Someone Battle Depression. Just Say ‘I Understand’

Remember those days when we all lived, laughed and cried together as a society. When the rooms were small but we would all fit in…

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“He Likes To Give Hugs,” Says Man With Emotional Support Alligator

A Pennsylvania man has received viral Internet fame for his rather unusual choice of an emotional support animal – a pet alligator. According to People,…

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Detecting Depression: Phone Apps Could Monitor Teen Angst

Rising suicide rates and depression in US teens and young adults have prompted researchers to ask a provocative question: Could the same devices that some people…

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Exercise Helps Protect Against Depressive Disorders: These Foods May Help Too

Health experts have long insisted that the benefits of exercising daily are multiple. Besides helping you stay fit, exercising daily also helps regulate mood as…

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Here’s An Effective Tip To Prevent Late-Life Depression You All Must Follow

A recent study has found a link between age-related hearing loss and depression. The findings suggest the greater the hearing loss in elderly individuals, the…

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