Naomi Osaka is getting a lot of support from some of her famous fans and fellow athletes. The tennis star announced on Monday that she would not be competing in the French Open, and candidly opened up about her struggles with depression and social anxiety. The truth is that I 
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The CDC says between 17% and 24% of public safety workers have symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and 24% have symptoms of depression.
Mindbloom is a company helping people with anxiety and depression through at-home ketamine therapy which they say is widely studied, FDA-approved and effective.
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Portland therapist Chelsea Mier said families should speak openly about their mental health struggles to help eliminate the stigma around depression.
The findings of this new study suggest that women with depression during pregnancy, or with a history of depression, may have poor relatationships with their infants.
A local CrossFit coach wants to end the stigma around men’s mental health and create a safe space for men to talk about their mental health journeys.
ALASTAIR CAMPBELL has spoken about struggling with depression over the course of the coronavirus pandemic, admitting that he suffered a ‘suicidal episode’.
DOCTOR WHO actor Christopher Eccleston gave a candid interview about his low points while suffering from ‘severe clinical depression’ in the past.