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Chronic Insomnia Can Cause Anxiety and Depression by Linda Posted Sun 30 May 2010 12:00am Do you sleep well? Everyone has a bad night of sleep now and then.  For most people, insomnia lasts only a few days and goes away without treatment. However, factors such as stress can cause a higher level of insomnia that may last for several weeks. This kind of insomnia may not go away on its own, and can lead to both short- and long-term he ... Read on »
Heart Attack Ups Spouses Risk of Depression, Anxiety, and Suicide by A4M Posted Tue 02 Oct 2012 10:22pm Posted on Oct. 1, 2012, 6 a.m. in Cardio-Vascular Behavior Depression Spouses of people who have a sudden heart attack ar ... Read on »
~Mental Health Monday Guest Blogger~ Depression and Anxiety by OJTLBlog Posted Mon 26 Apr 2010 12:00am 2 Comments Today's guest blogger is Carrie who offered to share her story of depression and anxiety and how it has effected her and those around her. Thank you for sharing your story! First of all, I want to thank Kristina for her time and devotion to spreading the word about mental illness. I would agree with her that this is a topic that gets pu ... Read on »
Harassment of Black Gay and Bisexual Men Tied to Anxiety by HealthFinder Posted Wed 07 Sep 2011 1:00pm healthnewslink Discrimination, shame also play a role in high rates of anxiety and depression, study finds. ... Read on »
Has the recession caused an ‘anxiety epidemic’? by Sophie N. Health Maven Posted Thu 19 Mar 2009 6:27am There is a very interesting and thought-provoking article in my Sunday paper this weekend about fears of  ‘an anxiety epidemic caused by the depression.’ One of my clients just brought it to my attention and I think it is a fascinating example of some of the ideas and feelings that are floating around in the ether right now. The article in The ... Read on »
Anxiety and depression in children – possible reasons by rita359 Posted Sun 05 May 2013 5:36am A new study aiming to find the causes and risks of anxiety and depression in children is about to begin at the Binghamton University in New York.  The goal of this research is to find a way to recognize and make early diagnosis of anxiety and depression in children before puberty, so that the appropriate measures can be taken before the turbule ... Read on »
Anxiety, panic, and workplace stress. by Eric W. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:07am Is your job driving you crazy? You're not alone. A recent study shows that stress in the workplace causes mental health problems, specifically depression and anxiety. According to an article about the study: The paper, published in the British journal Psychological Medicine, found that women who reported high levels of psychological job ... Read on »
The Complexity of Depression: FSU's study on the media and "chemical imbalance" by Marty Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:02pm There's an interesting study that was published in February, coming out of Florida State University, a review of the media's presentation of depression as a result of a "chemical imbalance." Below is the full article (from .) I'm quoting it here not to endorse the statistics or conclusions that the researchers come to, but more ... Read on »
Does Menopause Put Women at Risk for Depression? by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted Mon 28 Nov 2011 1:33pm Women are far more likely than men to develop thyroid problems, especially past age 50, and abnormal levels of thyroid hormones can cause depression, anxiety, or other psychiatric symptoms, according to a report in the November 21 New York Times. The menopausal transition can also put middle-aged women at risk of major depression, a 10-ye ... Read on »
New from Johns Hopkins - The Pain - Mood Connection by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Wed 20 Jan 2010 10:04pm Although we might like to think of ourselves as stoic, physical pain — especially chronic pain — can wear down even the most robust of spirits and eventually lead to depression or anxiety. Often, the depression-pain scenario plays out in a vicious cycle, and to find relief from one, you must treat the other. The interp ... Read on »