Latest Mental Health Shows

Do I Have the Baby Blues or Postpartum Depression?

Oct 29, 2015

Being pregnant and giving birth make a woman’s hormones go haywire. All those hormones and life changes can make a new mom feel very emotional, vulnerable and sad. Up to 85 percent of women experience the baby blues for a week or two, but if your anxiety and sadness don’t go away, it might be ...

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Is Your Child The Cyberbully or the Cyberbullied?

Oct 19, 2015

Kids are often very reluctant to tell adults if they’re being cyberbullied and even less likely to talk about it if they’re teasing another kid. If you suspect your child has been the victim or the perpetrator of teasing on the internet, what can you do? In this podcast Dr. Cindy Gellner gives ...

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Talking, Treatment, and Making the Home Safe: Ways to Help Prevent Kids From Committing Suicide

Oct 12, 2015

Suicide is the third most common cause of death from kids aged 10-19. Children and teens suffering from depression, whether it is being treated or not, are much more likely to think about taking their own life. If you worry that your child is having suicidal thoughts, there is help. Dr. Cindy ...

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Is Your Teen is Depressed or Just Being a Teen?

Sep 25, 2015

Your teenager seems to have lost interest in their hobbies and is sleeping a lot—is it depression or just the hormones? Many of the symptoms of depression seem to be how teenagers normally act. So how can you tell if your teen really needs help? Dr. Nathan Bexfield has the answers....

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Three Ways to Support Your Loved One With Depression

Sep 23, 2015

One in ten Americans suffer from some form of depression or anxiety. It can be difficult to know how to support and be there for a loved one you know is suffering from a mental illness. How can you help them? Family physician Dr. Kyle Bradford Jones is here to give you some tips....

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Overcoming the Stigma of Mental Illness

Sep 7, 2015

One in ten Americans deal with mental health issues such as depression or anxiety every year, but there’s still a stigma surrounding the topic. Many people don’t seek treatment because they’re embarrassed or think they can handle it themselves. In this podcast, Dr. Kyle Bradford Jones advises ...

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The Three Most Common Health Issues for Individuals with Autism and How to Treat Them

Jul 29, 2015

Many have wondered if different treatments are needed when someone with autism also suffers from gastrointestinal problems, epilepsy, and sleep disorders. Dr. Daniel L. Coury, Medical Director of The Autism Treatment Network of Autism Speaks, tells us what the research says when it comes to treating...

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