Depression - Prevention

The Job Stress and Stroke Connection

Men who feel stressed at work are at a greater risk of having a stroke.

Mediterranean Diet Cuts Depression Risk

A recent study shows a link between a Mediterranean diet and a decrease in depression.

Panic Attacks and Mitral Valve Prolapse

Many believe that panic attacks and mitral valve prolapse are linked. But is this the truth? Read on to get what the studies are really saying.

10 Simple Mood-Lifting Tips

If you are depressed, antidepressants aren t the only solution.

Depression and Shopping: Does "Retail Therapy" Exist?

Shopping to cope with depression may provide temporary relief, while causing long-lasting damage to your health and finances.

Wednesday: The Deadliest Day for Suicide

New study marks Wednesday as the most likely day for people to attempt suicide.

Suicide Connected to Family History

A family history may make a person more likely to commit suicide. Find out what increases and decreases the risks.

Asthma and Suicide: Is There a Link?

New research has made critical correlations between asthmatics and suicide risk.

Frequent Nightmares May Increase Your Risk of Suicide

Persistent nightmares and sleep problems when you have depression may make you more prone to thoughts of suicide.

Weight Loss Improves Mood in Depression

New research shows that a weight loss program improves mood in obese patients with depression.

How to Become a More Positive Thinker

You have the power to change your attitude for the better.

Does Depression Run in Families?

Read on to learn more about the role that genes play in depression and what you can do to keep the disease at bay.

Can Chronic Pain Really Bring on Depression?

While we often assume that an emotional crisis precipitates a bout of depression, that's not always the case.

Depression and Crohn s Disease

Depression--it s not all in your head and it does matter.

When Depression Leads to Suicide

How can depression lead to suicide? Find out here.

Midlife: Transition or Depression?

Despite magazine covers shouting at us that 40 is the new 30, and that life gets better as we get older, recent research bears out the theory that middle age can be a time of discontent.

Caffeine May Make Depression Worse

Learn more about caffeine's effect on your state of mind.

Depression Could Up Your Risk of Heart Disease

Find out if you're at risk of heart disease and what you can do to protect yourself.

The Facts About Workplace Depression

More than 200 million days of work are missed each year due to employee depression. Get the whole story here.

Understanding Depression in Men

The disease can wear a very different face on men than it does on women.

Can Exercise Banish Your Bad Mood?

Learn how fitness can have a positive effect on your mind.

Natural Remedies for Depression

Some simple lifestyle changes can significantly improve your mood.

The 10 Most Dangerous Places in the World

From war to human trafficking, these 10 spots are the most dangerous on the planet.

4 Diets That Bring You Down

We all feel a little bummed from time to time, but could your diet be the cause? Find out here.

6 Signs You're a Shopaholic

Find out how to control your excessive spending.

Are You Obsessed With Revenge?

When you've been wronged, can you forgive and forget, or do you need to exact revenge?

Back Pain and Depression: What's the Link?

Feelings of depression are significantly more common in people with chronic back pain. Find out more about how to manage your pain and your emotions.

8 Ways to Become Less Cynical

Skepticism and pessimism can wreak havoc on your health. Here, how to make some important attitude adjustments.

10 Ways to Stop Worrying

Everyone worries from time to time, but too much worrying can affect your health. Here, 10 ways to stop stressing.

Are You an Optimist or a Pessimist?

Do you see the glass as half-empty or half-full? Your answer could have major effects on your health.