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Depression

Reverse seasonal depression, which affects some people when it's hot out, has entirely different symptoms than its winter counterpart.
This week's question is about coping with depression.
As Bruce Springsteen once sang, "Everything dies baby, that's a fact—but maybe everything that dies one day comes back to life as luxury housing."
"I’ve been practicing for about 30 years and I honestly don’t remember having so many conversations with people after an election."
The Health Department says we're in the midst of a "mental health crisis" that's crippling the city both socially and fiscally.
New witness accounts emerge and the dive-bar breaks its silence.
It's been several merciful months since we've seriously thought about the bruised and battered corpse of a basketball organization that is the NY Knickerbockers.
This is their worst start to a non-strike season since Ronald Reagan was president—and it pretty much guarantees that they will not make the playoffs.
When the highlight of a game is your fumble-prone running back doing a backflip to celebrate a touchdown that is immediately taken away because of a holding penalty, you know things are seriously bad.
"I don’t know if you’ve ever seen the movie 'The Matrix,' but it felt like I was in 'The Matrix,'" said former Jets lineman Damien Woody.
Happy Meals, a misnomer? Unpossible! And yet. According to a study out of Spain there is a notable connection between depression and the consumption of fast food.
At first, Javier is all about putting a "big beautiful smile" on your face—but then he says, "call Now or you will be crying and sad forever." What's up with that emotional hostility, huh Javier?
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