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Depression and hope | The Journal & Tioga Tribune

Pastor’s Corner By Staff | on June 22, 2021 By Rev. Emily ShipmanConcordia Lutheran Church  The first time I was honest with a doctor about depression was when my almost-5-year-old was just 6 weeks. It was not an intentional choice I made, to start opening up and seeking treatment. It was more a fluke […]

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Your body’s ‘hidden’ senses might help treat epilepsy, depression | Science

By Katie Free, Joel GoldbergJun. 22, 2021 , 1:00 PM When it comes to our senses, we frequently focus on the external—the crack of thunder, the glare of sunlight, the fragrance of flowers—that captured our attention in the first place. But our bodies also have a whole host of internal senses that tell our brains […]

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T-Pain became depressed after Usher said he 'f— up music'

Singer and rapper T-Pain is opening up about his lengthy battle with depression, which began after Usher allegedly insulted his music. In a brief clip from the new docuseries “This Is Pop,” out Tuesday on Netflix, T-Pain reflects on an alleged conversation with the “Yeah!” singer that he said negatively affected his mental health. In […]

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Dr. Jandial: New study finds early risers suffer less depression - KTLA

Dr. Jandial: New study finds early risers suffer less depression  KTLA

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Group holding community walk to raise awareness for postpartum depression

MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - This weekend a group in Marquette is looking to raise awareness about postpartum depression and offer help. The group “Climb Out of the Darkness” is holding a free community walk this Saturday at Presque Isle in Marquette. Postpartum depression and anxiety affect one in eight women according to a CDC study. […]

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Possible game changer in the treatment of depression and anxiety - Turn to 10

Possible game changer in the treatment of depression and anxiety  Turn to 10

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Adolescents who snore experience greater depressive symptoms, suicidality

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What it's like to date when you have depression

I was diagnosed with major depressive disorder (MDD) around the same time I started dating. The best way I can describe it is that it's like Depression Plus, with extended episodes, and premium access to all my deepest, darkest thoughts. Receiving this diagnosis in my mid-teens, that fragile time in my life when I was […]

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Tai chi could help ease depression, anxiety among stroke survivors

Taylor-Piliae et al. focused on 11 stroke survivors who reported experiencing symptoms associated with depression. Their average age was 70 years old, and 55% were male. All study participants attended three tai chi classes per week for eight weeks. Each class included a 10-minute warm-up period, 40 minutes of tai chi and 10 more minutes […]

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Study finds diabetics could be at risk for depressive symptoms

Depression could be exacerbated post-long COVID, says expert. A fall out of post-long COVID among those who do not control their diabetes is that they may require psychiatric support to help them keep depression at bay. An article in Diabetes Care, authored by 10 experts from developing countries who studied the prevalence of depression among […]

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