The beast never reveals its identity. He comes in many forms. He may have the face of a gnome. Or maybe a gremlin. It’s depression.
I understand the devastating affects of mental illness. I would later myself be diagnosed with depression. I educated myself on the disease. I have a deeper understanding of death and how it can rip apart all that is good.
It is no secret that a child’s height may be influenced by their parents. But new research suggests that mom’s emotional state after giving birth may also contribute to a child’s height.
The memories of the battles he fought in Iraq came home, to Fairview, with Corporal Gregory Schneider. It was the long, confidential conversations he had with his father that helped Schneider rise above the darkness that overwhelmed him after his return.
Arnie thinks the NFL needs to do something and be more concerned about protecting it’s players.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about a link between dental x-rays and brain tumors, a decline in teen birth rates, and junk food leading to depression.
Most Americans love junk food. But a new study found that such foods can do more than expand your waistline, they can also affect your brain.
Here’s something really depressing. The Centers for Disease Control says that roughly one in 10 Americans is depressed.
Prescriptions for antidepressants have soared, with 17 million Americans taking some form of drug. But how much good is the medication actually doing?
The winter blues may not just be in your head. You could be depressed because your body is running low on something you get more often in the summer.
A new study finds that working long hours — regardless of job stress or satisfaction — increases a person’s risk for depression.
Dry skin, depression, an upset stomach from overeating — there are many holiday health issues. But you can prevent them from ruining your spirit.