1. Articles in category: Mental

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    1. How Magnets Can Help You Conquer Depression

      How Magnets Can Help You Conquer Depression

      Most people with anxiety and depression feel better with prescribed treatment, but unfortunately, about 30% still can’t seem to shake off the mood swings, sadness and hopelessness. This is especially true if you respond poorly — or don’t respond at all — to antidepressants . For those with treatment-resistant depression, a noninvasive treatment called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) , offers hope.

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    2. Up to half of new moms burdened by financial stress, study says

      Up to half of new moms burdened by financial stress, study says

      The joys of motherhood may be overshadowed in the United States since as many as 50% of new or expectant moms can't pay their bills, including health care bills, new research suggests. "Financial hardship is highly prevalent among pregnant and postpartum women," said study co-author Dr. Michelle Moniz. Advertisement She is an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, and its Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation.

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    3. Simone Biles withdrew from Tokyo 2020 for mental health, how do you know if it's time to prioritize personal care over success?

      Simone Biles withdrew from Tokyo 2020 for mental health, how do you know if it's time to prioritize personal care over success?

      American gymnast Simone Biles shocked the world for the second day in a row during the Tokyo 2020 Olympics . Yesterday she withdrew from the team competition due to physical problems, and on Wednesday announced that she will not participate in the individual women's all-around , USA Gymnastics reported.

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    4. Senior Living: Why we may never know whether the $56,000-a-year Alzheimer’s drug actually works – Orange County Register

      Senior Living: Why we may never know whether the $56,000-a-year Alzheimer’s drug actually works – Orange County Register

      The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s approval last month of a drug purporting to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease was widely celebrated, but it also touched off alarms.There were worries in the scientific community about the drug’s mixed results in studies — the FDA’s own expert advisory panel was nearly unanimous in opposing its approval.

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    5. Mental Health Toll From Isolation Affecting Kids On Reentry

      Mental Health Toll From Isolation Affecting Kids On Reentry

      Mental Health Toll From Isolation Affecting Kids On Reentry July 4, 2021 6:00 pm tweet In this April 18, 2021 photo provided by Jennifer Sampson, her son Zach Sampson, 16, poses in his Florida yard. Sampson was hospitalized twice during the pandemic after feeling suicidal. Relentless months of social distancing, online schooling and other restrictions left many kids feeling the pandemic’s toll and now facing new challenges navigating reentry.

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    6. Can't Afford Therapy? Don't Give Up! Affordable Mental Health Care Exists — Here's How To Find It

      Can't Afford Therapy? Don't Give Up! Affordable Mental Health Care Exists — Here's How To Find It

      Self 03/27/2021 Affordable is oftentimes considered synonymous with cheap, but that's not always the case. When it comes to affordable or inexpensive talk therapy with a therapist or counselor, many people simply cannot afford the standard fees that come along with your standard in-office apptointment with a private practice therapist. But therapy with a qualified professional can be life-changing, and is well worth the time. Fortuantely, affordable therapy options do exist.

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    7. Mental Health Impact Of Pandemic Comes Into Focus

      Mental Health Impact Of Pandemic Comes Into Focus

      Experts say anxiety, stress and depression are on the rise, including in teens, even as pandemic life goes on for the sick, tired, homeless and those in need. AP: 7-Year-Old Alabama Girl Helps To Fund Her Own Brain Surgery Liza Scott, 7, started a lemonade stand at her mom’s bakery last summer so she could buy some frills like toys and sequined high-heel shoes.

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    8. The Maine Millennial: Stress isn’t all in your head

      The Maine Millennial: Stress isn’t all in your head

      increase font size The Maine Millennial: Stress isn’t all in your head Your body will tell you when your brain is dealing with more than it can handle. By Victoria Hugo-Vidal Email Writer Share I found out last week that, because of some bureaucratic miscommunications, I haven’t had health insurance for two months, and I immediately broke out into stress hives. Which, of course, I can’t see a doctor about because … I have no health insurance.

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    9. The Problem With Mental Health Awareness

      The Problem With Mental Health Awareness

      The Problem With Mental Health Awareness The Problem With Mental Health Awareness Billboards and hashtags won’t fix America’s mental health crises. Bookmark January 25, 2021 A recreation of the Peanuts psychiatric clinic is seen on Wadas Avenue in Upper Darby, Pa. The need for mental health has increased during the Covid-19 pandemic. (Pete Bannan / Getty) Subscribe to The Nation Subscribe now for as little as $2 a month! Subscribe to The Nation Subscribe now for as little as $2 a month!

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    10. Covid linked to risk of mental illness and brain disorder, study suggests | Coronavirus | The Guardian

      Covid linked to risk of mental illness and brain disorder, study suggests | Coronavirus | The Guardian

      One in eight people who have had Covid-19 are diagnosed with their first psychiatric or neurological illness within six months of testing positive for the virus, a new analysis suggests, adding heft to an emerging body of evidence that stresses the toll of the virus on mental health and brain disorders cannot be ignored.

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    11. Hows’ your patience?

      Hows’ your patience?

      Last week we ushered in a new era of leadership. Half the people are happy, half, not so much. The people who were not happy at the beginning of the last administration employed patience along with hope that it would work out. The mindset being, it is what is, we’re in it! Let’s, hope for and expect the best. Now we have a new leader in the white house, we get a chance to work on this again. Let’s have a little patience along with hope and the expectation that this will work out for the best of the country and everyone in it. We need to give it some time.

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    12. Mental health is one of the biggest pandemic issues we'll face in 2021

      Mental health is one of the biggest pandemic issues we'll face in 2021

      As the physical risks are better managed with vaccines, however, what will likely still remain is the indelible impact of the pandemic weighing on the collective psyche. "The physical aspects of the pandemic are really visible," said Lisa Carlson, the immediate past president of the American Public Health Association and an executive administrator at the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta.

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    13. How to care for your mental health in a difficult holiday season, according to therapists | PBS NewsHour

      How to care for your mental health in a difficult holiday season, according to therapists | PBS NewsHour

      Chances are the final weeks of 2020 look markedly different than what you would’ve predicted on the first day of this year. With COVID-19 case and death counts on the rise and hospitals continuing to fill up, many are grappling with the ways that the unchecked coronavirus has sabotaged their daily lives, their economic stability and their time-honored traditions at the end of a year where shared celebration and community may feel more important than ever before.

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    14. Kids may be resilient but are still dealing with stress and anxiety in the COVID era | SteamboatToday.com

      Kids may be resilient but are still dealing with stress and anxiety in the COVID era | SteamboatToday.com

      Kids are handling the strange new world of going to school during a pandemic well, said Lindsey Kohler, a licensed social worker and student family advocate for the Hayden School District.

      There’s some resistance to things like wearing masks, she said, but students are mostly going through the day-to-day routine without difficulty.

      On social distancing, Kohler said the school counselor did a great job explaining what it meant at the beginning of the year, especially for the youngest ages.

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