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Ketamine Therapy Gave Me the Joy I Never Had with Treatment-Resistant Depression

I finally know what it feels like to be happy — an emotion I’d only ever heard about before

I Lived with Seasonal Affective Disorder

For Years, I Lived with Seasonal Affective Disorder, Thinking It Was Just the Winter Blues

There’s no cure for SAD, but I’ve learned ways to keep it under control

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The Life-Changing Hope of New Treatments for Clinical Depression

For thousands who find no relief in traditional antidepressants, new treatments may bring light to the darkness of depression

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Is It Just Sadness or Is It Clinical Depression?

Should you just deal with sad feelings on your own, or ask for help?

September is National Suicide Prevention Month.

What Dr. Virginia Lindahl Wants You to Know About Suicide

Educating yourself about suicide risks and prevention could help you save someone's life

Angel Yau

Getting Help for Your Mental Health Is Not a Weakness, but Try Telling My Asian Parents That

As Chinese immigrants, my parents taught me their cultural values of hard work and overcoming challenges through helping yourself — but when the challenge is mental health, that approach doesn’t work.

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When Stigma Kills

Attitudes about mental health in the Black community are changing, but there’s still stigma surrounding mental health diagnoses

Monica Le Baron

I Thought I Conquered Insomnia. Then I Didn’t Sleep for Four Days.

Lifelong perfectionism and a need to please robbed me of my ability to truly relax

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This Is Your Brain on No Sleep

We need those 7 to 9 hours to keep our brains healthy in the short term — and for the long haul

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How Mental Health Affects Your Heart

Stress, depression and anxiety can affect your heart as well as your mind. What’s the connection between mental health and heart disease, and how can you reduce your risk?

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Staring at an Image of Yourself on Zoom Has Serious Consequences for Mental Health – Especially for Women

While experiences with self-objectification lead both women and men to focus on their appearance, women tend to face many more negative consequences

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Is Your Teen Anemic?

If your teen seems extra tired or cranky, it could be iron deficiency anemia (IDA)

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