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Mental health screenings and studies show big jumps in anxiety, depression during pandemic

Anxiety and depression have skyrocketed during the pandemic, with a 93% increase in people participating in anxiety screenings, according to Mental Health America. The community-based nonprofit, founded in 1909, gathers and provides up-to-date data and information about “disparities faced by individuals with mental health problems,” according to its website. Colorado Crisis Line: 1-844-493-8255, Chat […]

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Noah Freidel taking remainder of season off to treat depression

South Dakota State sophomore guard Noah Freidel, last year's Summit League freshman of the year and the Jackrabbits' leading scorer with 17.1 points per game, announced at a Wednesday morning Zoom press conference that he will sit out the remainder of the season. Freidel revealed that he's been battling depression. In last weekend's series at […]

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Ketamine: The new tool in the fight against depression | News

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Life hasn’t always been easy for Zoe Brian.  “I had spent so many months waking up and saying again? I have to do life again?” Brian said. The 25-year-old was first diagnosed with depression as a teen. She’s been on medication since she was 13. From withdrawing, suicidal thoughts and […]

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Those who practiced Yoga during Covid lockdown reported lower stress, depression and anxiety, study shows

Yoga practitioners had lower stress, anxiety and depression, higher wellbeing and a higher peace of mind during 4-10 weeks of lockdown due to Covid-19 outbreak last year as compared to the non-practitioners, according to a study by researchers at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi. The study titled ‘Yoga an effective strategy for self-management of […]

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Finnair sees depressed traffic until the summer

Finnair Oyj said Thursday it doesn't expect to meaningfully increase its traffic until summer of 2021, as airlines continue to be forced to cut their capacity due to strict travel restrictions imposed by governments and an overall lack of demand. "We expect travel to begin to recover from summer 2021 onwards as vaccination coverage increases […]

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How to help a friend or relative with their anxieties and depression | Community

Do you know a friend or loved one who suffers from fear, anxiety and depression and do not know what to do? It can be frustrating to watch someone you know suffer and not be able to help them. Here are six ways to help the person cope in these kinds of situations and the […]

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Korean Pet Care Robot PEDDY Gains Popularity to Relieve Pets' Depression During COVID-19

SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With the COVID-19 pandemic showing no sign of abating, a lot of people are suffering from depressions. The situation is no better for pets that have to stay home most of the time. Several useful products are out on the market that can relieve the stress of the companion animals unable to […]

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8 common signs of clinical depression

When dealing with a rough day at home or work, it is normal to feel low or sad from time to time. But this isn't the same as depression. Being unhappy and being depressed are two words often used interchangeably by people. In reality, depression is a much more serious condition and can have a […]

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Vets' depression, social support & psychological resilience play role in later well being

Newswise — (Boston)--Veterans who experienced the combination of low depression, high social support and high psychological resilience as they left military service were most likely to report high well-being a year later. Neither demographic and military characteristics nor trauma history emerged as strong predictors of veterans' well-being when considered in the context of other factors. […]

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How to responsibly predict depression diagnoses using social media

Illustration of a master’s student in psychological distress, due to the health crisis, confinement, university closures, and social isolation. Maud Dupuy / Hans Lucas via Reuters Connect In a year when the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked so much havoc on the nation’s collective mental health, research has shown—unsurprisingly—that emotions like sadness, anxiety, depression, and stress […]

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