Depression - Treatments

Understanding Depression in Men

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

Take a Pill or Talk it Out?

When it comes to treating depression, is there a better option?

Can A Simple Blood Test Predict Postpartum Depression

A service of The National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health reports that a study has been published suggesting that measuring the levels of hormone produced by the placenta during pregnancy may predict whether a woman is likely to develop postpartum depression or not.

Depression: Antidepressants vs. Therapy?

Is medication necessary, or is talking it out enough?

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.

10 Most Expensive Medical Conditions

The nation's costliest conditions rack up a combined tab of more than $500 billion a year.

6 Signs You're a Shopaholic

Find out how to control your excessive spending.

A Guide to Antidepressants

Learn about the four classes of antidepressants, from their indications and efficacy to possible side effects.

Are You Obsessed With Revenge?

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

How Colors Can Boost Your Mood

Some shades are calming, others inspire conversation. Find out how colors can improve your surroundings and your mood.

10 Easy Ways to Boost Your Confidence

Follow these tips to start improving your self-worth.

Dispelling the Top 10 Depression Myths

Nearly 7 percent of Americans suffer from depression, but the disease is often misunderstood. Here, we separate fact from fiction.

5 Ways to Boost Your Body Image

The way you view your body can affect your health. Follow these tips for an instant body-image boost.

As This Year Ends

Follow these basic strategies to manage your time more efficiently in the coming year.

Beating the Holiday Blues: Understanding SAD

An estimated 10 million Americans, or about 6 percent of the U.S. population, experience these feelings in their most extreme form--a condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

The Top 5 Schizophrenia Myths

Schizophrenia affects millions of Americans, but the illness and its causes are often misunderstood. Here, we dispel the disease's most common myths.

Can a Pet Boost Your Health?

According to some researchers, a four-legged friend can add years to your life.
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