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With Christmas approaching, some of us will be reunited with family members we haven’t seen in a long time. Some of you may be looking forward to that, while others are dreading it.
Once the election results are in, you might find yourself very happy or very disappointed, depending on the outcome. It may be difficult to mask how you are feeling when you are around your co-workers or people with whom you’d rather not talk politics.
New research shows one in four students at the University of Minnesota is diagnosed with a form of mental illness every year. There are so many cases, in fact, the University’s mental health services is struggling to with demand.
U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. is in a “deep” depression and has a “lot of work” ahead of him on the road to recovery, former Rhode Island U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy said Thursday after visiting the hospitalized Chicago Democrat.
Jesse Jackson Jr.’s transfer to the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota could indicate a complicating physical illness arose during the Illinois congressman’s treatment for depression, several experts in psychiatric care said Saturday.
Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. is in Rochester, Minn. for treatment at the Mayo Clinic.
North Dakota’s governor has bitten back at a Minnesota lawmaker who compared his state’s Depression-era Capitol building to an insurance office, calling the critic ignorant of classic architecture.
The attorney for an ex-nurse found guilty of encouraging two depressed people to commit suicide is asking the Minnesota Court of Appeals to overturn his conviction on free speech grounds.
Children and adults feeling depressed and anxious have another way to fight their problems, and this solution doesn’t involve medication. It actually involves light.
The state’s largest school district plans to stay in touch with its struggling students over the summer with a special telephone number staffed by someone who can connect students to service agencies.
A former Minnesota nurse convicted of aiding suicides by trolling Internet chat rooms and encouraging depressed people to kill themselves could see little or no time behind bars when he is sentenced Wednesday.
A new study saying social networking sites are leading to depression in pre-teens and teens, gives parents another reason to limit their kid’s time on the computer.