Depression Symptoms: Pediatrician’s Office Perfect Place To Screen New Moms For Postpartum Depression

Depression symptoms in new moms are hard to screen for because, many times, new moms generally don’t want to seek help. Whether it’s because of the possibility of embarrassment, because they don’t want people to think they can’t handle life…

Depression Symptoms May Lessen When Story is Shared, Upcoming Book Says

Depression symptoms may lessen when those suffering from the very real illness share their story with others. A new book, The iMpossible Project, written by Joshua Rivedal, is set for publication in January. Rivedal hopes those suffering from depression symptoms…

Depression Symptoms: Should You Get Help?

The death of Robin Williams has made more people aware of the dangers of depression. While most people think the only symptom of depression is severe sadness, there are really several more. Depression can be dangerous if left untreated and…

Depression Symptoms, Treatments, And Self-Tests

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, depression is a mood state that “goes beyond temporarily feeling sad or blue. It is a serious medical illness that affects one’s thoughts, feelings, behavior, mood and physical health.” Depression affects 5-8…

Depression: Are You Suffering From it?

Depression is a common mental disorder that affects millions of people but can be treated. The treatment varies depending on each patient’s needs, but this cannot be done if the depression goes undiagnosed. The symptoms and types of depression can…

Depression Symptoms Alleviated By Social Groups

Researchers have found in a new study that social identification can reduce symptoms of depression in clinical and community settings. Depression, a debilitating mental illness, is characterized by feelings of lethargy, hopelessness, and worthlessness, among other symptoms. It strikes at…