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Best Residential Treatment Centers For Depression In Ohio

46.4% of all Americans will experience a mental health issue sometime in their life. One of the most common, depression, does not discriminate between age, race, or station in life. This mental health condition...
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5 Advantages of Living with High Functioning Anxiety

Over 40 million American adults suffer from an anxiety condition. Anxiety manifests itself in many different forms- from physical symptoms like sweating and trembling to mental effects like feeling tense and nervous. Nonetheless, anxiety sometimes...
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Try These 3 New Year’s Resolutions for Chronic Pain

You made it through the winter holiday season. Congratulations! We hope Santa filled your stocking with thoughtful gifts, gadgets, gizmos and plenty of holiday cheer. Now it’s time to mentally prepare for a brand...
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7 Foods That Improve Mental Health

Trigger warning: discussing symptoms, experiences and alternative approaches to mental health matters may cause discomfort in some individuals.Mental health is undoubtedly a loaded term. For some, it can symbolize the heaviest burden in their...
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Addiction: Is it About the Drugs or Something Else?

Addiction. That word holds a lot of baggage for many people. Broken relationships, missed opportunities and pointed fingers. But the addict isn’t always the one to blame. Doctors are reporting that undiagnosed mental issues...
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Chester Bennington’s Death Raises Mental Health Awareness

Chester Bennington, best known as lead singer for the rock group Linkin Park, took his own life on July 20. Authorities told PEOPLE that the singer hanged himself from a bedroom door at his...

Disaster Distress Helpline Open to All Around the Clock

Stress, anxiety, stomach ache, headache, anger, sadness all of these are indicators of the emotional distress that we may feel as we struggle to make sense out of senseless acts like the Boston Marathon...