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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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Mental Health Providers Struggle to Meet Pandemic Demand

Online therapy platforms have seen a rise in demand during the pandemic as well. Mindy Heintskill, the chief growth officer of MDLive, a telehealth provider with more than 62 million members in the United States, said their online therapy and psychiatric care services increased fivefold in 2020 compared with 2019. Nearly half of these patients […]

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Trail expansions across Huntsville help alleviate seasonal depression

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – With winter weather and COVID-19 keeping many people indoors, health experts say seasonal depression is becoming an increasingly big issue for millions of Americans. New trails across the Huntsville area are helping people get over their seasonal blues. John Kvach has been pitching the benefits of the Singing River Trail across north […]

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Family Focus: Depression hits especially hard this time of year, COVID could be making it worse

Seasonal Affective Disorder - or SAD - can make a person feel like they have no energy. The dark days of winter are here and for many that means an extended feeling of depression. Psychologists say that's not unusual this time of year, especially since many of us are dealing with a rough year due […]

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