It seems like just yesterday that your lanky sixteen-year-old was swaddled in your arms, taking his or her first steps, babbling and drooling. But here we are, in 2016, and your baby born in 2000 is navigating high school and hoping for a driver examination permit. AtlantiCare providers – parents among them – share tips for keeping your millennial at maximum health.
Blog posts tagged “depression:”
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An estimated 1.3 million Americans attempted suicide in 2013 – a heartbreakingly large number.
We use all sorts of metaphors to describe how we’re feeling– but it’s rare that we actually talk about our mental health. May is National Mental Health Month, which helps raise awareness for mental health issues and encourages people to talk about living with mental health conditions.
While changes in mood are normal for new mothers, some women experience what’s called post-partum depression.
The holidays are a fun, festive and family-oriented time of year, and many of us anticipate the holidays with excitement. But the holiday season can also bring with it stress, grief, or other mental health issues. When stress is at its peak, can be hard to stop and regroup.
As the 10th leading cause of death in the US, suicide impacts us more often than we may realize. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more than 1 million Americans attempt suicide each year – a heartbreaking number. Early detection of suicidal behaviors can save lives.
If your child is off to college – and particularly if your youngest child is off to school or has moved out of the house – the back-to-school season can be especially challenging.
Ever wonder why men don’t seem to live as long as women?
Feeling blue? Try these 6 easy mood boosters.
We all feel down or anxious at times. How do you know when those emotions might signify depression or an anxiety disorder?