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depression

Mental Health

Most Americans have experienced mental health concerns — but are not proactively doing anything about it

October 10 is World Mental Health Day – an opportunity to bring awareness to how common mental illness is and apply the proactive, preventive mindset...

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Sleep

What happens when you don’t sleep?

When was the last time you got a full eight hours of sleep? If you’re like most Americans, you probably had to think about it. In a 2013 Gallup poll,...

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Healthy Workplace

The danger of ignoring employee depression, anxiety

One topic that is finally earning some well-deserved attention these days is how companies can improve the care their employees receive for mental health...

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Live Well

Why laughter really is the best medicine

Cat videos. A tickle attack. Tina Fey doing basically anything. Chances are at least one of these things has reduced you to a fit of giggles or you can think...

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Depression

Beating the Holiday Blues

The winter holiday season is a time of year when people celebrate and create community with friends and loved ones. For some however, this time of year can...

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Healthy Lifestyle

5 Reasons Gratitude is Good for You

You missed the bus. You spilled coffee on your whitest shirt. Your go-to guilty pleasure is no longer available on Netflix (RIP Dawson’s Creek). So why...

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Mental Health

How to Manage Post-Election Emotions

For many people, election-related anxiety has been building for several months. Now that the election is over, many Americans are feeling a mix of anger,...

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Depression

Seasonal Affective Disorder: What You Need to Know

If you experience the winter blues, you’re not alone. Many people find their mood falling as days get shorter, but the “winter” blues can...

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