When we think about physical health and the most obvious factors that can jeopardize it, smoking and obesity are oftentimes at the top of the list...
While depression isn't a natural part of the aging process, 58% of people believe that it is. Read more to learn about a recent research study that found those age 50 and above who regularly engaged in cultural engagements outside of the home had a significantly lower chance of developing depression.
Goodbye summer and hello fall, the season when six percent of Americans will begin to experience symptoms of mild depression known as seasonal-affective-disorder (SAD).
Depression is one of the worst mental illnesses around that so many people suffer from. It can make you feel helpless, and it also can make you believe that you're not good enough for anything. Depression holds the power to destroy your self-worth and self-esteem, and it can stop you from moving forward in life. Learn more about how to treat depression symptoms naturally.
It's no secret the United States is facing a mental health crisis, but did you know that it's hitting colleges and universities around the country hard? Learn more about the stats surrounding mental health among college students and how we can help.
It can be difficult to focus throughout the year, and with school just beginning and the holidays around the corner, stress, depression, ADHD and anxiety are likely. Here are 7 wonderful tips for staying focused and present this season.
“I feel like I'm a snow globe and someone shook me up and now every little piece of me is falling back randomly and nothing is ending up where it used to be.” ― Amy Reed, Crazy
“The sun stopped shining for me is all. The whole story is: I am sad. I am sad all the time and the sadness is so heavy that I can’t get away from it. Not ever.” -Nina LaCour