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Zoloft and Breastfeeding: Safety and Alternatives

On top of all the life changes that come with adding a new member to the family, birthing a baby changes your body. Physical changes can take their toll, but hormonal changes during the pregnancy and postpartum period can also leave you feeling anything from full of happiness to deep levels of sadness — or […]

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Dealing with Depression: The push for teens to return to the classroom | Las Vegas Local Breaking News, Headlines

LAS VEGAS (FOX 5) -- It has been nearly a year since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down schools across the nation. While Clark County School District students in Pre-K through third grade may return to the classroom two days a week starting March 1st, no date has been set for older students.   There is a […]

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virat kohli: 'I felt like I was the loneliest guy in the world': Virat Kohli opens up about battling depression, stresses on the need for professional help

NEW DELHI: India captain Virat Kohli has revealed that he battled depression during a harrowing tour of England in 2014 where he felt like the "loneliest guy in the world" after a string of failures with the bat. In a conversation with former England player Mark Nicholas on his 'Not Just Cricket' podcast, Kohli conceded […]

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As more kids struggle with anxiety and depression, resources are lacking

Note: a majority of the video used in this story is from before 2020, before the presence of the coronavirus. That’s why you will notice large groups in school settings without masks or social distancing, among other things. In 2019, the U.S Census Bureau estimated that about 24 percent of North Dakota’s population are children. […]

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Depression, Anxiety, Loneliness Are Peaking in College Students | The Brink

A survey by a Boston University researcher of nearly 33,000 college students across the country reveals the prevalence of depression and anxiety in young people continues to increase, now reaching its highest levels, a sign of the mounting stress factors due to the coronavirus pandemic, political unrest, and systemic racism and inequality.  “Half of students […]

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Survey Author: Percentage Of Grocery Workers Showing Anxiety, Depression Is Worrisome

University of Arizona Brian Mayer is the lead author of a University of Arizona report that found high levels of anxiety, depression and stress among grocery store workers. Arizona grocery store workers are struggling with their mental health during the pandemic. A new survey found a fifth of the roughly 4,000 grocery workers surveyed were […]

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Research Finds Link Between Hair Loss Drug and Depression

Share on PinterestPeople seeking anti-baldness treatments should consult their doctors before taking any new medication they might be considering. Maskot/Getty Images Recent reports suggest a link between use of the anti-baldness medication finasteride (Propecia) and the incidence of depression, including suicidal ideation and other negative health effects among users. Due to an investigation by Reuters, […]

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Boys who play video games have lower depression risk

Boys who regularly play video games at age 11 are less likely to develop depressive symptoms three years later, finds a new study led by a UCL researcher. The study, published in Psychological Medicine, also found that girls who spend more time on social media appear to develop more depressive symptoms. Taken together, the findings […]

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6 ways to manage coronavirus depression

Depression is increasing in the United States, in no small part due to COVID-19. According to recent reports, depressive symptoms are at least three times higher than they were before the pandemic hit, suggesting that the emotional cost of living through this time is enormous. For those who are vulnerable to depression already, this time […]

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