Depression

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Seasonal Affective Disorder Is Real and Very Treatable

Up to half a million Americans experience seasonal depression in the winter months. Learn more about the effective treatments available.

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How Parents Can Help Reduce Children’s Stress & Anxiety

Last year, several medical associations declared children's mental health a national emergency. Parents need more strategies than ever to help their children cope.

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A Sweet Summer Finish on Kelleys Island

Four years after suffering a traumatic brain injury when his car fell 87 feet down a mountaintop, Matt Sosnowski crosses the finish line at the Kelleys Island 5k.

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“Magic Mushrooms,” Psilocybin and Mental Health

Beyond its recreational use, research indicates that controlled psilocybin therapy shows potential for the treatment of mental and behavioral health disorders.

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Pressure and Performance: What We Can Learn From Elite-Level Athletes

U.S. Olympic gymnast Simone Biles’ decision to withdraw from parts of Olympic competition has brought attention to the pressure that elite athletes face. But are there lessons to be learned for the rest of us?

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Holistic Approach Provides Relief From Decades-Long Depression

Depression hit Shaynee Novak in high school, but it wasn’t until adulthood that she had a name for it. All she knew was that she felt different from her friends.

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Your Primary Care Provider Can Help Treat Your Mental Health, Too

You don’t have to wait for an appointment with a psychiatrist if you feel the need for mental health care services. You can bring up any concerns about your mental or emotional health with your primary care provider.

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Coping With Seasonal Affective Disorder During COVID-19

Seasonal affective disorder season could be more difficult than usual this year. As such, people with the disorder should take extra proactive steps in their self-care this year, since pandemic conditions may increase the severity of their symptoms.

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