Posts Tagged ‘Depression’

Serious Psychological Distress

Are you one of the 8.3 million of Americans suffering from Serious Psychological Distress ? Good Science Good Practice. Medical Minute Update: Recently published scientific study (April, 2017) reports a significant increase over the last 9-years in Serious Psychological Distress (SPD). Researchers from NYU Lagone Medical center analyzed database (9 years of data) from Federal…

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Eating Breakfast and Depression

DID YOU EAT YOUR BREAKFAST THIS MORNING? Good Science & Good Practice Medical Minute Update on Depression: Depressive symptoms and breakfast intake. Recently published (April, 2017) scientific study finds a strong relationship between frequency of eating breakfast and symptoms of depression. Lack of breakfast or seldom breakfast intake is strongly correlated with depressive symptoms. Participants…

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Am I Depressed? Take the Quiz

How Do I Know If I Am Depressed? Take the Quiz.

Depression Quiz Here is a list of symptoms/signs: If you have one or more, then you may be depressed. These symptoms/signs are the alert signals as a “call to action” to seek assessment from a qualified mental health practitioner. Do you feel sad, blue, dysphoric, unhappy, or empty inside? Have you lost your interest in…

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“Depression: let’s talk” as depression tops the list of causes of ill health

Good Science: The Latest Research on Depression. Depression is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide. Depression does not discriminate. It affects all ages, all walks of life, in all countries. According to the latest estimates published (April, 2017) from the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 300 million people are now living…

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