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Don’t Let Depression Sideline You

Almost twice as many women as men suffer from depression, and about one in five women develop depression at some point in their lifetimes. However, many women do not seek help.

“Often, people don’t recognize that they may be suffering from depression,” says Susan Evans, PhD, Professor of Psychology in Clinical

6. Depression in Children

All children get sad from time to time. Often they seem to respond dramatically to the slightest frustration, like losing a toy or not getting their favorite dessert. Yet for some children, low or disrupted mood is an everyday occurrence. About five percent of children and adolescents are depressed at

5. Treatments for Depression

Just over half of adult Americans suffering from depression receive what is considered to be “minimally adequate treatment” in any given 12-month period, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. That means almost half of all depressed people in the U.S. are not receiving the care they need, even

What to Do When Depressed: How to Help Yourself

What to Do When Depressed: How to Help Yourself

It’s a more common question than you may think: What to do when depressed? Take heart. You’re not alone. Nearly 15 million Americans are depressed right now.

If you think you might be depressed, see your doctor. He or she can confirm your diagnosis and rule out any other underlying causes,

Get Past the Stigma of Depression and into Effective Treatment

Almost twice as many women as men suffer from depression, and about one in five women develop depression at some point in their lifetimes. However, many women do not seek help.

“Often, people don’t recognize or understand that they may be suffering from depression,” says Susan Evans, PhD, Professor of Psychology

Depression Linked to Heart Disease and Stroke

A new study concludes that depression in older adults may be a risk factor for heart disease and/or stroke. It isn’t the only recent study to underline the cardiovascular risks that may accompany depression—other research, published in 2015, found that people who had persistently elevated depressive symptoms for four years

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