Experts Fear Pandemic Could Boost Seasonal Depression When Daylight Saving EndsSeasonal affective disorder during winter months affects as many as 10 million people - four times as many women as men. This year, it might be even worse.
In Year Of Unparalleled Anxiety, Experts Tell CBS2 No One Immune To Mental Health Struggles2020 will be remembered as a year marred by the coronavirus pandemic - the death toll, the shutdowns and job losses - but, perhaps most of all, for anxiety and fear.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama Opens Up About Mental Health: 'I Am Dealing With Some Form Of Low-Grade Depression'"About 1 in 5 U.S. citizens will meet criteria for depression at some point during their lifetime," said psychiatrist Dr. Victor Fornari of the Zucker Hillside Hospital.
Long Island Man Helping Minorities Fight Stigma That Comes With Discussions About Mental HealthLong Island native and author Mike Veny is hoping his book, Transforming Stigma, will help change the way Black Americans view mental health and asking for help.
Report: Social Media May Be Linked To A Sharp Rise In Mental Health Issues In Young PeopleResearch found possible links between social media and skyrocketing rates of mental health issues among young people.
FDA Could Approve Ketamine Nasal Spray As Depression TreatmentThe FDA may be on the verge of approving the first new treatment for depression in decades.
Report: New Moms Should Get More Frequent Maternal Depression ScreeningDepression during and after pregnancy is very common, but about half of women go undiagnosed and untreated.
Bruce Springsteen Opens Up About DepressionThe New Jersey rock star is candid in discussing two emotional breakdowns he suffered -- one when he was 32 and another when he was in his 60s.
MYnd Analytics Test Helps Tailor Treatment Options For Patients With Major DepressionIt's a simple test which can help predict the best medication to provide relief and even help prevent suicides.
Over 200 Common Drugs May Cause Depression, Report WarnsHealth professionals are issuing a disturbing warning about common medications after finding that hundreds of drugs are putting people at risk of developing depression.
Major Depression Diagnoses Up 33 Percent Since 2013, Study FindsBlue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA), who insures over 106 million people, reports that major depression cases skyrocketed from 2013 to 2016.
Genetic Test Can Help Patients Get The Right Anti-Depression Medicine FasterThere's some good news for the more than 16 million people suffering with major depression in the United States.
'It Changed My Life Dramatically:' Traditional Diets Can Reduce Symptoms Of Depression, Studies ShowThere's scientific proof that diet can be just as good as medication when it comes to treating moderate to severe depression.
Research Suggests Link Between Social Media Use And DepressionDr. Steven Levine stopped by to talk more about the negative side effects of social media use.
Study Finds No Link Between Hormonal Birth Control And DepressionThere was good news Monday for women concerned about side effects from certain types of birth control.