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I Gave Birth, but My Husband Developed Postpartum Depression

I Gave Birth, but My Husband Developed Postpartum Depression

I Gave Birth, but My Husband Developed Postpartum Depression I Gave Birth, but My Husband Developed Postpartum Depression “The actual DSM diagnosis of depression doesn’t always fit how men experience depression,” Dr. Fisher said. For men, symptoms may include frustration, agitation and irritability, an increase in dopamine-boosting activities (drinking, drugs, gambling) and isolation. That was my husband — frustrated, irritable …

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Morning People May Be at Lower Risk of Depression Than Night Owls

Good Sleep Habits Tied to Lower Risk of Heart Failure

Morning People May Be at Lower Risk of Depression Than Night Owls Morning People May Be at Lower Risk of Depression Than Night Owls If you are a morning person, you may be at reduced risk for major depression, a new study suggests. Several studies of the body’s circadian sleep-wake cycle have shown that being an early bird is associated …

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How to Spot Depression in Young Children

How to Spot Depression in Young Children

How to Spot Depression in Young Children How to Spot Depression in Young Children Dr. Busman said that she works with children who may say, “I don’t want to kill myself but I feel so bad I don’t know what else to do and say.” If a child talks about wanting to die, ask what that child means, and get …

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Meghan Highlights Depression in Pregnancy, an Overlooked Danger

Meghan Highlights Depression in Pregnancy, an Overlooked Danger

Meghan Highlights Depression in Pregnancy, an Overlooked Danger Meghan Highlights Depression in Pregnancy, an Overlooked Danger Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Meghan and Harry has clearly become a spark for international discussions about racism and the state of Britain’s royal family. And it has brought new attention to another issue as well. Meghan’s revelation of her mental anguish during and after …

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Can Zapping Our Brains Really Cure Depression?

Can Zapping Our Brains Really Cure Depression?

Can Zapping Our Brains Really Cure Depression? Can Zapping Our Brains Really Cure Depression? The brain is an electrical organ. Everything that goes on in there is a result of millivolts zipping from one neuron to another in particular patterns. This raises the tantalizing possibility that, should we ever decode those patterns, we could electrically adjust them to treat neurological …

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A ‘Great Cultural Depression’ Looms for Legions of Unemployed Performers

A ‘Great Cultural Depression’ Looms for Legions of Unemployed Performers

A ‘Great Cultural Depression’ Looms for Legions of Unemployed Performers A ‘Great Cultural Depression’ Looms for Legions of Unemployed Performers Many performers are relying on charity. The Actors Fund, a service organization for the arts, has raised and distributed $18 million since the pandemic started for basic living expenses to 14,500 people. “I’ve been at the Actors Fund for 36 …

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Premature Birth Tied to Increased Depression Risk

Women Doctors Are Less Likely to Perform C-Sections

Premature Birth Tied to Increased Depression Risk Premature Birth Tied to Increased Depression Risk Girls born extremely prematurely may have an increased risk of depression from childhood through young adulthood. Using Finnish birth and health registries, researchers studied 37,682 people diagnosed with mild, moderate or severe depression, comparing them with 148,795 healthy controls. The children were born between 1987 and …

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The Pandemic Depression Is Over. The Pandemic Recession Has Just Begun.

The Pandemic Depression Is Over. The Pandemic Recession Has Just Begun.

The Pandemic Depression Is Over. The Pandemic Recession Has Just Begun. The Pandemic Depression Is Over. The Pandemic Recession Has Just Begun. At Jetco Delivery, a 400-employee trucking and logistics company in Houston, business has mostly recovered since the spring shutdown, with employment down only slightly, said Jetco’s chief executive, Brian Fielkow. To avoid losing good drivers, the company ran …

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Anxiety and Depression Rises Among Young Adults, Blacks and Latinos in Pandemic

Anxiety and Depression Rises Among Young Adults, Blacks and Latinos in Pandemic

Anxiety and Depression Rises Among Young Adults, Blacks and Latinos in Pandemic Anxiety and Depression Rises Among Young Adults, Blacks and Latinos in Pandemic The collateral damage from the pandemic continues: Young adults, as well as Black and Latino people of all ages, describe rising levels of anxiety, depression and even suicidal thoughts, and increased substance abuse, according to findings …

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The Funny Thing About Depression Is …

The Funny Thing About Depression Is ...

The Funny Thing About Depression Is … The Funny Thing About Depression Is … THE HILARIOUS WORLD OF DEPRESSION By John Moe Not every book is for everyone, and not every book on depression is for every depressive. But the question that might be asked of any mental health book, regarding its raison d’être, is: Can this help someone? “The …

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