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A Hot New Approach to Treating Depression
When a group of people diagnosed with depression practiced Bikram or "hot" yoga, their depressive symptoms eased in just a few sessions.
Don't Think About It
The idea behind psychotherapy is that it helps to think about what makes you anxious. Suppressing fearful thoughts may also offer relief.
Moms Really Do Know Best
Who better to help women with postpartum depression than women who have been there? Peer therapy helps new moms see they are not alone.
Less Screen Time Equals More Sleep Time
Parents take note: When day students' sleep schedules were compared to those of boarding students, the benefits of "lights out" were clear.
Depression's Link to Dementia
People with depression face an increased risk of dementia. Genes, brain chemistry and social factors like loneliness may all be involved.
Generic Ketamine, Effective and Affordable for Major Depression
Clinical depression can be difficult to treat. S-Ketamine is effective, but expensive. Now there is a less costly alternative.
Reading for More than Pleasure
Reading for pleasure -- being read to and reading to oneself -- affects kids' developing brains. It shows up in school and adolescence.
Helping Seniors Find Community
Older adults are particularly vulnerable to social isolation. One aspect of the neighborhood they live in can make a big difference.
A Social Prescription for Successful Aging
More doctors are encouraging senior patients to participate in clubs and volunteer work as a way to stay happy and actively engaged.
Pets and Disturbed Sleep
Furry friends entertain us, keep us active, and improve our moods. They also disrupt our sleep. You need seven hours. Here's how to get it.
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