If you think that depression is a normal part of aging or that it can’t be remedied, read this now.
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Long, hot baths could be a way to reset out-of-sync body rhythms which are thought to be a factor in depression.
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The golden-yellow spice prized in culinary circles is as effective against depression as prescription drugs. Here’s how to use it.
Americans living at higher altitudes are at higher risk for depression and suicide.
It’s a heart-breaking fact. Most people who survive a suicide attempt will try again. Here’s what you should—and shouldn’t do—to prevent that.
Looking for a drug-free answer to conquer depression? A daily walk can help as much as medication.
The latest information on how to use light, exercise and other tools to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) can be hard to diagnose and hard to treat. Learn what’s new…
Having suffered from depression for much of my life, I understand the pain and struggle. Here, the root causes of the suicide epidemic…and self-defense.
A simple type of brain stimulation can relieve thoughts of suicide in people with major depression without the side effects of traditional treatments.
Ketamine for depression may be the most exciting new development in psychopharmacology. 5 things to know if you’re considering it.
How much exercise do you need to prevent depression? Does it need to be intense? A new study has the surprising answers.
Slumped posture is a way to diagnose depression. And research shows that just sitting up straighter can lighten your mood.
QI read about a new treatment for depression that involves magnets. Can you explain? AYou’re most likely referring to transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). This procedure involves placing electromagnetic coils on the scalp of a person suffering from depression to deliver targeted pulses that stimulate the part of the brain responsible for mood. Earplugs are worn
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