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    1. Foods That Boost Mood and Fight Holiday Weight Gain

      Neither stress nor holiday weight gain need ruin your holidays this year. Here are tips about eating habits and foods that can boost your mood when a stressful situation strikes. You’ll feel calmer – and be trimmer -- throughout the holiday season. The best way to cope with holiday stress and obliga

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    2. Phone Psychotherapy: Fewer Hang-ups?

      Sept. 23, 2008 -- Hold for your therapist. ... Patients who receive psychotherapy over the phone -- an increasingly common practice -- may be less likely to drop out of treatment than patients who attend face-to-face sessions, according to a new analysis of existing studies about telephone psychothe

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    3. Could Your Child Be Depressed?

      By Jeannette Moninger It's more than just the blues: Clinical depression among kids is on the rise. Here's how to tell if your child is suffering, and how to get help. At first, Andrea Carpenter* blamed preadolescent hormones for her 10-year-old daughter's moodiness. "Allie was extremely irritable a

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    4. CDC: 1 in 20 Americans Depressed

      Sept. 3, 2008 -- More than one in 20 Americans aged 12 and older are depressed, according to the latest statistics from the CDC. Of them, 80% report some level of functional impairment because of their illness, with 27% reporting that it is extremely difficult to work, get things done at home, or ge

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    5. Does 'Hope Therapy' Help Depression?

      Aug. 18, 2008 -- Is being hopeful something we can learn? Researchers hope so. Several studies looking at "hope therapy" are showing positive results. Study lead author Jennifer Cheavens of Ohio State University says in a news release that "hope therapy seeks to build on strengths people have, or te

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    6. Deep Brain Stimulation for Depression

      July 23, 2008 -- A new small study shows that deep brain stimulation can improve life for those with treatment-resistant depression. Patients with treatment-resistant depression continue to have severe depression despite being treated with maximum medical therapy. Deep brain stimulation is done by i

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    7. Vacation Depression: How to Cope

      We love our vacations -- those great escapes from the humdrum and the hassles. But if you're depressed, the annual vacation may seem like yet another obstacle -- especially with soaring gas prices and an unstable economy. Vacation depression is a fact of life for many people. You feel guilty spendin

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    8. Deep Brain Stimulation Helps Depression

      May 6, 2008 -- Researchers are becoming increasingly convinced that tiny electric shocks delivered deep into the brain could mean new hope for patients with severe depression and other mental illnesses. Several small trials are suggesting direct electrical brain stimulation has the ability to reliev

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    9. Men Also Get Postpartum Depression

      May 6, 2008 (Washington) -- Postpartum depression hits new dads, too. Moreover, male postpartum depression may have more negative effects on some aspects of a child's development than its female counterpart, says James F. Paulson, PhD, of the Center for Pediatric Research at the Eastern Virginia Med

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    10. Many Depressed Older Adults Lack Vitamin D

      May 6, 2008 -- Soaking in plenty of sunshine and drinking lots of milk might help fight off depression in your golden years. Researchers reporting in the May issue of Archives of General Psychiatry have linked low blood levels of vitamin D -- the "sunshine vitamin" -- and increased parathyroid hormo

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