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Problem-solving education may lower depression risk among low-income moms, finds study
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Depression is a common mental problem bothering a majority of the U.S. population. While stress is one of the biggest risk factors that triggers the condition, a randomized study published recently in JAMA Network Open has found that imparting problem-solving education (PSE) to low-income mothers may help reduce their perceived stress, and subsequently the depressive […]

Women with PCOS more susceptible to mental health disorders, says study
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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the most common hormonal condition affecting women, can be identified by a variety of physical symptoms – weight gain, missed or irregular periods, unwanted hair growth, acne, sleep problems, infertility and fatigue among others. Women with PCOS produce higher than normal amount of male hormones, leading to a hormonal imbalance. While […]

Rowling’s heartfelt advice for Harry Potter fan with depression
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One of the most popular authors of all times J.K. Rowling has always been frank about her mental illness and never felt ashamed of talking about it. In fact, she feels proud of having overcome depression. The creator of character Harry Potter has actively used social media to offer advice and words of wisdom to […]

Mindfulness meditation training can help patients with subthreshold depression, finds study
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Depression is one of the most common mental conditions affecting millions across the world. The increasing prevalence of this emotional disorder has spurred a host of researches to look for effective medications or therapies to cure people affected by it. Now, a recent study suggests that mindfulness meditation training can help prevent major depression. Researchers […]

Obsessive compulsive disorder common among new mothers
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Angelina (name changed) has been living in a state of trauma ever since her son was born in January. The 30-year-old new mom from Arizona says her feeling of motherhood was different from that experienced by her other friends. Angelina revealed how she frequently suffered from bouts of sadness which led to loss of interest […]

Glenn Close strives to spread awareness about mental illness to end the associated stigma
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Not many are brave enough to reveal and share about mental health problems running in their genes. It takes a lot of strength and innate courage to act responsibly and offer the much needed support and care to your loved ones when they confess about the demon called mental problems troubling them. The realization that […]

More than 12.5 million women battling depression in US, says CDC
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Depression should not be taken lightly, as it can raise the risk for other chronic health conditions like obesity and even death. And looking at the latest data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), women should be more alert and careful about their mental health. According to the latest figures revealed […]

Selena Gomez feels empowered after completing treatment for anxiety and depression
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After a stressful and busy schedule in 2017, American sensation Selena Gomez took her health in her own hands and recently completed a two-week treatment program in New York to manage her anxiety and depression. One of the sources associated with Gomez shared that she wanted to get away from all the distractions and that […]

National Wear Red Day: Depression in women affects their heart health
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Women are generally geared toward managing their family’s heart health by cooking healthy and ensuring that everyone eats only healthy. In looking after everyone’s needs, women often neglect their own health and ignore the factors which could be predisposing them to an imminent heart disease. One of the factors is symptoms of depression. In the […]

Transcranial magnetic stimulation promising for treatment-resistant depression
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Patients diagnosed with treatment-resistant depression (TRD) do not benefit from antidepressants from two different classes, respond only partially, or struggle with the side effects of the medication. While treatment usually involves switching medicines from varying classes, a promising novel therapy currently drawing the attention of experts is transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). The U.S. Food and […]

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