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Why the Election Anniversary Is Hitting You So Hard

Why the Election Anniversary Is Hitting You So Hard

The leaves are changing, the weather is getting cooler, and too-early Christmas decorations have popped up in every store. If you’re finding it harder than usual to enjoy your seasonal latte—or, for
Sexual harassment really can impact your mental health in a very dangerous way

Sexual harassment really can impact your mental health in a very dangerous way

Sexual harassment isn’t just about the one time someone says or does something in appropriate without your consent. In fact, a new…
Antidepressants May Not Work for Those with Depression Plus Chronic Illness

Antidepressants May Not Work for Those with Depression Plus Chronic Illness

People who struggle with both depression and chronic kidney disease are highly unlikely to benefit from typical antidepressant drugs, according to a new study published in the Journal of the […]
Exercise Rx as a Component of Depression Therapy

Exercise Rx as a Component of Depression Therapy

New research suggests mental health providers should prescribe a non-pharmaceutical, natural remedy to aid the management of depression — exercise. Investigators believe a strategy that combines
The Costs of Being a Millennial

The Costs of Being a Millennial

In economics, they measure costs in time, effort, and ultimately money. The Millennial character is a product of life spent investing in your own potential and being managed like a risk. Keeping track
Daylight Saving Time Is a Depression-Inducing Devil, so Here’s What I Do to Keep It From Keeping Me Down

Daylight Saving Time Is a Depression-Inducing Devil, so Here’s What I Do to Keep It From Keeping Me Down

Greetings from CrazyTown! These are dangerous times for those of us who live in CrazyTown. Let me explain. Read more...
22 Delicious Tweets That Have Zero To Do With Politics

22 Delicious Tweets That Have Zero To Do With Politics

22 Delicious Tweets That Have Zero To... Here's some hot hot tweets that have nothing to do with any of that! Submitted by: Mike Glazer Regular Keywords: twitter tweets politics political
CBT As a Replacement for Opioids

CBT As a Replacement for Opioids

Emerging research suggests cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can be an important strategy to help individuals learn to manage chronic pain. Experts believe CBT has the potential to help millions of
Sexual Harassment Damages Mental Health

Sexual Harassment Damages Mental Health

Emerging research finds that all forms of sexual harassment can cause psychological harm, especially among female teens. In the study, Norwegian investigators divided the types of harassment into two
Why More Veterans are Running for Political Office
Embracing the Unacceptable

Embracing the Unacceptable

You're reading Embracing the Unacceptable, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. We
Psychedelic Drug Tied to Improved Sense of Well-Being

Psychedelic Drug Tied to Improved Sense of Well-Being

A psychedelic drug traditionally used in South America — and finding a foothold in some parts of the U.S. — improves people’s general sense of well-being and may offer a […]
Advanced Cancer Patients with Depression Live Longer With Palliative Care

Advanced Cancer Patients with Depression Live Longer With Palliative Care

Patients with depression and advanced cancer tend to live longer when they receive a palliative care intervention, according to a new study published in the journal Health Psychology. Palliative care
Obese, Anorexic Women Show Low Levels of ‘Feel Good’ Neurosteroid

Obese, Anorexic Women Show Low Levels of ‘Feel Good’ Neurosteroid

Women who struggle with anorexia nervosa or obesity exhibit low levels of a neuroactive steroid known as allopregnanolone, a metabolite of the hormone progesterone, according to a new study published
I’m Instagram famous, and I have crippling body image issues

I’m Instagram famous, and I have crippling body image issues

This story is part of a series called Craigslist Confessional. Writer Helena Bala has been meeting people via Craigslist and documenting their stories for over…
Financial & Work Stress May Hike Heart Attack Risk

Financial & Work Stress May Hike Heart Attack Risk

A new international study discovers psychosocial factors, including work and financial stress, significantly increase the risk of having a heart attack or myocardial infarction. Currently, few doctors

80% Say This Improves Their Depression And Anxiety

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Too much screen time is causing higher rates of depression, suicide among teens, study says

Too much screen time is causing higher rates of depression, suicide among teens, study says

Spending two or more hours online each day bumped up the risk. The post Too much screen time is causing higher rates of depression, suicide among teens, study says appeared first on The Daily Dot.
More Screen Time Tied to Depression, Suicidal Behavior in Teens

More Screen Time Tied to Depression, Suicidal Behavior in Teens

A new study suggests that greater screen time — whether in the form of computers, cell phones, or tablets — may have contributed to a spike in depression and suicide-related behaviors and […]
Most Canadian Kids with Concussions Don’t Get Follow-Up Care

Most Canadian Kids with Concussions Don’t Get Follow-Up Care

In a decade-long study, Canadian researchers found that more than two-thirds of children and teens in Ontario with acute concussions did not receive medical follow-up care or clearance as recommended