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Depression in Men

A lot of the time, depression seems to be thought of as a woman’s problem.  This theory is not unfounded, since the depression rate among women is nearly twice of what it is for men.  Recent studies have indicated, though, … Continue reading

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Depression in Women

Between families, careers, pregnancy, and menopause, a woman’s risk of developing depression is about twice of what it is for men.  Though changes in mood occur naturally with hormonal fluctuations, they alone do not cause depression.  Biological factors, inherited traits, … Continue reading

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Three Rules for Dealing with Depression

Three Rules for Dealing with Co-worker, Friend, and Family Member Depression Sometimes it’s hard to find the right words to say around someone who is going through a tough time. Whether it be a death in the family or a serious … Continue reading

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Is It Sadness or Depression?

What’s the difference between sadness and depression? Sometimes people think of depression as a more extreme form of sadness.  However, there is an unmistakable difference between someone going through a time of sadness versus living with depression.  To be sad … Continue reading

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It’s the Final Week of Mental Health Month with Magellan, SMU’s EAP Provider

A Message from Magellan Health:  It’s the Final Week of Take Mental Health To Heart! It’s been a month of caring, sharing and honoring our service men and women. The Take Mental Health To Heart campaign is coming to a … Continue reading

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