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08-22   Oprah Winfrey talks about her tryst with depression

Mental health problems are so common that nobody is immune to it. Ranging from the commoner, to street dweller to high achievers from any discipline, mental disorders spare no one. In a recent interview with the Vogue, slated for a September release, the queen of reality television, Oprah Winfrey talked candidly about her mental health […]

07-24   National Seasonal Affective Disorder Day: When summer makes us suffer

“Everything good, everything magical happens between the months of June and August,” said Jenny Han, author of “The Summer I Turned Pretty” trilogy. However, not everyone is as lucky as her to feel rejuvenated during summers. Countless people out there feel the pangs of a scorching summer and constantly feel under the weather. For a […]

07-19   Researchers identify gene that may play key role in depression

Depression is one of the most prevalent mental health problems affecting people worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 300 million people, across all age groups, are living with depression. Experts attribute most cases of suicide to acute depressive symptoms. Now, a group of researchers from the University of Maryland, School of […]

06-15   Smile Power Day: A smile can keep depression, anxiety at bay

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Depression is one of the most common mental health problems in the United States. The situation becomes grimmer when people do not get proper treatment despite being diagnosed with the deadly mental condition. Living in a culture where feeling vulnerable is considered a sign of weakness often exacerbates the stigma surrounding depression. Amid all these, […]

05-24   National Maternal Depression Awareness Month: Father’s responsiveness toward child helps reduce adverse impact of maternal depression

Maternal depression affects not only the mental health of the mother but even that of children and impacts their development. Children raised by depressed mothers tend to show signs of impeded cognitive functioning, social development and low academic abilities. However, a recent study, titled “Fathering moderates the effects of maternal depression on the family process,” […]

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