Helping a Parent Dispel the Gloom of DepressionAug 01, 2011
Depression is common in older adults as they are forced to deal with many difficult life changes that go along with aging. Although it's normal to feel "down" or "blue" when confronting illness, personal loss or death, it is not normal to feel sad or hopeless all the time.
Men and Depression: Seven Things You Need to Know…NowSep 06, 2011
Traditionally, men have been reluctant to acknowledge that they’re feeling depressed, and even more unwilling to seek medical help. However, say Todd Patkin and Dr. Howard J. Rankin, depression is not a sign of weakness—it’s a medical condition that men need to know about and watch for. It’s a matter of health!
7 Ways Grieving Affects Your HealthJan 09, 2012
The toll of grief goes beyond an emotional cost. Our mental struggles also affect our physical health. Don't hesitate to see your physician for advice and help as you go through this difficult time. Here are seven common symptoms mourners experience.
Tips to Improve Your Mental HealthMay 07, 2012
May is Mental Health Month, but these are some tips you can use year-round to reduce stress, improve your self-esteem, and stay sharp. Read more...
Seniors and Depression: Fight It Naturally With Social EngagementMay 09, 2012
Many seniors experience depression because of lost loved ones, loneliness or physical limitations. But depression is not inevitable if you are social.
10 Steps For Better Mental HealthAug 29, 2012
A healthy mind is important to all aspects of your life. Follow these 10 easy steps to help you achieve better mental health [Read More] Read More...