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Mindfulness Can Change Brain Patterns of Depression

Research using Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, at Harvard Medical School shows that for some people with depression, the brain patterns that occur with mindfulness meditation c...
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The Stress of Being a Constant High-Achiever

The Stress of Being a Constant High-Achiever Anxiety and Depression Caused by Academic Stress “Bright. Accomplished. Ambitious. At times anxious, deeply depressed, even hopeless....
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Easing Depression by Linking to People and Community

WHO declares depression the leading cause of ill health around the globe For British writer Johann Hari, his own struggle with depression set him off on a global search for answers...
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Many Shades of Depression

Depression: One Illness with Many Manifestations Depression may be one illness, with a defined set of criteria, but it takes many different manifestations. The experience of depres...
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Colleges Increasing Support for Students with Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety and Depression Increasing in College Students College may be an adventure, a transition to independence and an opportunity for many kinds of enjoyment. But the pressures of...
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Teen Depression is Increasing Across the Country

Teen Depression Increasing Faster than Treatment Teenagers are expected to be irritable at times and often defiant as they develop independence and struggle to create their own ide...
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Finding Happiness Despite Depression - Daphne Merkin's Story

Pushing through Depression toward Happiness A close-up struggle through decades of depression eventually arrives at “nearly happy” in Daphne Merkin’s personal story of her tr...
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Men Experience Depression Differently Than Women

Differences in Male Depression are Rooted in Society's Constructs of Masculinity and Femininity It has long been believed that depression is far more common in females than it is i...
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Depression Often Goes Untreated

Depression Often Poorly Diagnosed and Untreated The use of antidepressant drugs in the U.S. is increasing, but a new study found that many adults with depression do not receive pro...
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Negative Emotions Can Drive Positive Change

Negative Emotions Can Be Good for Creating Positive Change No one really wants to feel angry, sad, guilty, anxious, envious or lonely. But let’s face it - most of us feel one or ...
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