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Tips for Coping With Summer Depression


What can help you feel better? What can you do to make this summer different? Here are some tips on taking control of summer depression. Get help. It’s simple. If you think you’re getting depressed, no matter what time of year, get help. Talk to a therapist, like a psychiatrist, psychologist, or social worker. Never take […]

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SAD Is Real – But Treatable


Sadly, depression is not something many people truly understand. They are blaming themselves and feel helpless to change. Fortunately, there are many ways in which you can treat your depression. Read this entire article for ideas you can apply daily to lift yourself, or someone you love, out of depression. To deal with depression, join […]

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Have You Been Feeling SAD This Winter?


Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that affects many people, especially women, during the winter months when there is less natural sunlight. For most with SAD, the depression generally lifts during spring and summer. More importantly, SAD is treatable with a variety of methods, including light therapy, psychotherapy, or medication. A more […]

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Drink Coffee, Stay Happy?


Do we really need more reasons to drink coffee? Maybe we do, maybe we don’t. But for those coffee lovers out there, read on. Some coffee drinkers may have a reason to smile — or keep smiling. Drinking several cups a day is linked with a lower risk of depression, according to a new study […]

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Universities and colleges ease final exam stress with innovative programs


College students still pull all-nighters and ingest prodigious amounts of caffeine during finals week, but they can also choose creative programs to help ease the stress of exams. John Carroll University students sip hot chocolate and roast s’mores over a fire pit outside Grasselli Library the night before exams begin. Earlier that evening, a “blessing […]

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