Look Around: 1 In 10 Americans Takes Antidepressants 2019

We really are Prozac Nation now. About 11 percent of people in the U.S. are taking antidepressants according to fresh figures out from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Antidepressant use has surged almost 400 percent, when you compare the figures from the three-year period ending in 2008 to the six years ending in […]

The Collegian » Depression rates high for college students 2019

About two-out-of-ten college students have some type of mental illness and approximately 19 percent of college-aged individuals attempt or contemplate suicide according to Teendepression.org.  The National Depression Screening Day event at Fresno State and around the country attempted to raise depression awareness and promote treatment for those previously undiagnosed. Suicide is the third-leading cause of […]

Health Buzz: Depression Ups Stroke Risk 2019

Study: Depression Linked to Higher Stroke Risk Depression may raise the risk of stroke, a new study suggests. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham and Women’s Hospital analyzed 28 studies involving more than 317,000 people ages 18 and over who were followed for anywhere from two to 29 years. they found […]

Author Events in October 2019

at Magers & Quinn Booksellers, 3038 Hennepin Ave. S, Minneapolis, 612.822.4611, magersandquinn.com • Wednesday, Oct. 5, 7:30 p.m. – Henry Emmons, M.D., discusses his books The Chemistry of Joy, and The Chemistry of calm Renowned psychiatrist and therapist Henry Emmons integrates mind-body and natural therapies, mindfulness and allied Buddhist therapeutics, and psychotherapeutic caring and insight […]

Antidepressant-Induced Mania Similar to Bipolar Disorder 2019

By Candace Czernicki Managing News EditorReviewed by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on October 13, 2011 Depressive patients with antidepressant-induced “manic switches” show similar clinical features as individuals with bipolar disorder, research shows. The findings suggest that people who were previously diagnosed with clinical depression and who have these manic switches might be better classified and […]

Different Medication – New Approach To Lose Weight 2019

Weight reduction is among the large topics-no pun meant-on the late evening television circuit. whereas flipping by way of the channels after 11p.m., you’re likely to come throughout a number of ads for weight reduction capsules and food plan dietary supplements, each promising to assist you drop those undesirable kilos and take away stubborn belly […]

Opinion: Poverty is relative, wealth is absolute 2019

By Silvio Laccetti Shock headlines greeted the release of new federal government statistics on poverty recently, fueling a vitriolic debate about wealth and poverty in America. Ancient rhetoric is resurrected every election cycle to confuse the issue and further divide the populace. for a meaningful discussion of the issues, we must keep in mind that […]

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Doug Casey on the Continuance of the Greater Depression and the Brighter Prospects for Gold 2019

The Daily Bell is pleased to present an exclusive interview with Doug Casey  Introduction: Doug Casey has appeared on hundreds of radio and TV shows, and has been the subject of articles in People, US, Time, Forbes, The Washington Post and numerous other publications. for nearly three decades, Doug Casey and his team have been […]

Med Students’ Own Mental Health Care

A study published Tuesday paints a grim picture of America’s increasingly stressed medical students, in what researchers say they hope will be a “wake-up call” to the nation’s medical schools and health care policy makers. The study, led by researchers at the Cambridge Health Alliance, a hospital system near Boston, includes data from 115 of […]

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