Newest Article About Bipolar Disorder
Concerns over weight are quite common to those with bipolar disorder. Weight gain is a common side effect of many medications used to treat this disorder. Bouts of depression can also increase the pounds. In a blog regarding medication weight gain, Charisse L. shared, "I started on a medication last year and weighed 130 pounds or so. Now I am 220 pounds! I was eating like crazy."Read more...
Newest Article About Depression and Anxiety
Depression is the number one cause of all suicides. But it's often overlooked and left untreated in young males. That's because they tend to express their symptoms differently than other populations.
Thirty-eight thousand Americans take their own lives every year. Young men in their early 20s have the second-highest rate of suicide in the country, second only to men older than 65.Read more...
Newest Article About Schizophrenia
Emotional or behavioral problems may explain why some adolescents with psychotic symptoms find it hard to interact socially, researchers highlight.
They found that 12-year-olds with psychotic symptoms were a significant 1.4 times more likely to have poor social functioning at 13 years of age than were their peers without such symptoms.