Study participants with a history of repetitive head impacts and traumatic brain injury reported greater depression symptoms later than those who didn't.
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COVID-19 appears to be negatively affecting the mental health of the general population, health care workers, and patients.
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"Without sufficient good quality sleep, suicidal thoughts start to have a louder voice." Surveys indicate mental health risk during April.
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"A parent's difficulty identifying and connecting with a child's emotions is particularly concerning during these turbulent times..."
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If you've got too much on your plate at work or feel like you don't have control over your job, the stress may lead to depression or a higher risk of death.
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COVID-19 health care workers risk depression, anxiety, and stress. An expert offers tips on how they can care for themselves while caring for others.
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As disruptions to daily life worsen during the pandemic, more adults report using alcohol and marijuana to cope with stress.
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The deaths COVID-19 causes may just be the first blow. The next may be coping with all the loss and grief, researchers warn.
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A new form of magnetic brain stimulation offered quick relief for symptoms of severe depression in 90% of participants in a small study.
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