Stress is a part of everyday life but how we deal with stress has a great deal to do with how happy we will be. Exercise, diet and even medication can help.
The question is: are people being treated for depression because they are coming to the doctor after seeing direct-to-consumer advertising?
If you’ve ever experienced a migraine headache, you know it can cause a great deal of pain, and certainly the pain can cause a bit of short-term depression when you’re experiencing it. But, what about long term?
Facebook can be a way to express oneself, but there are also some guidelines you can use to avoid heartache.
Chris reviews Chris Christie’s State of the State with Rich Zeoli, talks to Joe RIvera, the father of a girl denied a kidney transplant, Tom McGrath, editor of Philadelphia Magazine, and the Mayor of Doylestown, Josh Maxwell.
It’s another gloomy day in the Delaware Valley. And many are starting to get bit by the winter blues.
Perimenopause, the time just prior to menopause, is a disruptive stage of life for many women who experience unexpected symptoms including fatigue and memory loss.
According to a new report, optimists live longer.
Head trauma in children has been on the rise in recent years which may add to previous research which links an increase in child abuse during times of economic instability.
Have you been feeling down, anxious or depressed? How can you tell if those feelings are fleeting, or if you should see a doctor for treatment or a possible research study?
We know that problems we face as children can have long term psychological effects on people as adults. Now results of a new study show that they also have substantial effects on physical health as well.
According to a report released by the American Journal of Public Health, the overall suicide rate rises and falls in connection with the economy.
We’ve been telling you about the potential dangers of social media, now in a new report, there’s a specific warning for parents about something being called Facebook depression, that’s linked to children and teenagers who use social media.
Christmas is a time for family and friends but for those having difficulties in relationships or suffering from the loss of a loved one it can be a time of great sadness.
We know that depression increases the risk of suicide, but there are other factors — many tied to genetics.