Articles About Depression

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    JUL 24, 2019

    Feeling down? Social media may be to blame.

    Social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook have completely changed the way we connect and communicate in today’s modern world. We can interact with likes, comments, tweets, and retweets in an instant. But it’s not just how we use these tools — it’s how they make us feel. ... Read More >

    TOPICSDepressionhealthy lifestylemental healthscreen timeSocial Media

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    JAN 08, 2019

    How to help a loved one with depression

    Depression is more common than you may think. In fact, according to the World Health Organization, 300 million people worldwide experience depression.1 It’s a mental health condition that can affect anyone — including our loved ones — for a variety of reasons. ... Read More >

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    SEP 24, 2018

    Confronting teen depression in Georgia

    Whether elated or upset, teens tend to experience a wide range of emotions. But if the teen you love seems stuck in a period of prolonged sadness, irritation, or anger, it may be time to consider if they’re depressed. ... Read More >

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    SEP 24, 2018

    Coping with depression during pregnancy in the Mid-Atlantic States

    Expecting a baby can be a very happy time. But for many moms-to-be, concerns about pregnancy, labor, and having a healthy baby can trigger anxiety, depression, or both. Determining whether you’re experiencing symptoms is the first step to taking control. ... Read More >

    TOPICSDepressionmental healthMid-Atlantic StatesPregnancy

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    SEP 24, 2018

    Find the right mental health resources for you in Colorado

    Alex Menter, MD, a Kaiser Permanente Colorado oncologist, always found Stephanie to be cheerful and upbeat at her appointments, even though she was being treated for brain cancer. When an automatic notice from the electronic health record system alerted Dr. Menter that Stephanie was overdue for a depression screening, the care team had her complete an assessment at her next appointment. It revealed that Stephanie was suffering from severe depression. ... Read More >

    TOPICSColoradoDepressionhealth screeningsmental health

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    SEP 24, 2018

    5 tools to help manage your emotional well-being in Hawaii

    Your emotional well-being is an important part of your total health. These online tools and resources can help you spot signs of depression, handle stress, and understand how to deal with change. ... Read More >

    TOPICSDepressionHawaiihealth screeningsMental Health and WellnessStress ManagementTools and resources

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    MAR 09, 2018

    How to support a loved one with depression in Colorado

    Imagine you’re crossing the street, and a car races through a red light. You’re directly in its path — and you do nothing. You don’t run. You don’t leap out of its way. You just stand there. ... Read More >

    TOPICSbehavioral healthColoradoDepressionMental Health and Wellness

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    SEP 07, 2017

    Find your words to help someone with depression

    For someone living with depression or another mental health condition, supportive friends and family members can make all the difference. You can’t take your loved one’s depression away, but you can give them support, encouragement, and hope. For a person living with mental health issues, simply knowing that they’re not alone can make a big difference. ... Read More >

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