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January 22, 2018

The Comorbidity Of Anxiety And Depression By Beth Salcedo, MD | Jan. 19, 2018   When a person experiences two or more illnesses at the same time, those illnesses are considered “comorbid.” This concept has become the rule, not the exception, in many areas of medicine, and certainly in psychiatry. Up to 93% of Medicare dollars are spent on patients more »

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January 18, 2018

Understanding Dysthymia By Laura Greenstein | Jan. 17, 2018   If someone mentioned that they have depression, most people would likely have some idea of what that means. They might imagine a person feeling tired, gloomy or empty. They might even know some of the accompanying symptoms such as changes in weight or sleep patterns. But what many more »

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January 15, 2018

5 Sleep Tips That Can Help With Depression By Sarah Cummings | Jan. 12, 2018   We all feel a little blue from time to time. Sadness is a fundamental part of the human condition. For the majority, feeling down is often a temporary experience connected to specific events. For others, a sense of sadness or hopelessness can more »

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January 12, 2018

Realistic New Year’s Resolutions: Living With Depression By Ryann Tanap and Christine Allen | Jan. 10, 2018   Living with mental illness this time of year can be particularly difficult. There’s a lot of pressure to “start over” or “begin again” or revamp how you live your entire life. But this stigmatizing thought process is not only unhelpful, more »

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January 9, 2018

The First Step In Getting Mental Health Care By Ryann Tanap | Jan. 08, 2018   When it comes to managing our health, we tend to seek out care from professionals who are trained specialists. Five years ago, I tore a ligament in my ankle and scheduled regular appointments with a physical therapist. Last year, I experienced intense more »

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