Depression

Read: Study: Depressed Children are More Likely to Have Skill Deficits

Study: Depressed Children are More Likely to Have Skill Deficits

Research shows depressed children are six times as likely to have setbacks in certain areas and parents and teachers are struggling to recognize it.

Read: New Study: Significant Rise in Suicide Attempts Among Kids, Teens

New Study: Significant Rise in Suicide Attempts Among Kids, Teens

The study, published on May 16, identified nearly 116,000 cases of suicidal thoughts or attempts at 31 children’s hospitals between 2008 and 2015.

Read: Doctor Commits Suicide Using Fentanyl at Froedtert Hospital

Doctor Commits Suicide Using Fentanyl at Froedtert Hospital

The resident physician reportedly struggled with depression and alcohol abuse and was hospitalized in 2016 following a suicide attempt.

Read: Georgia Tech Invests $1 Million in Campus Mental Health Services

Georgia Tech Invests $1 Million in Campus Mental Health Services

The additional funding for mental health services comes almost two weeks after a student, who suffered from depression, was shot and killed by police.

Read: Finnish Anti-Bullying Program Sees Promising Results

Finnish Anti-Bullying Program Sees Promising Results

A 2016 study implemented the anti-bullying program at 39 out of 77 surveyed Finnish schools. Would the program be successful in the U.S.?

Read: Rise in College Student Mental Health Issues Reported

Rise in College Student Mental Health Issues Reported

More than 75 percent of lifetime mental health conditions are diagnosed before the age of 24.

Read: ’13 Reasons Why’ Raises Teen Suicide Concerns in Schools

’13 Reasons Why’ Raises Teen Suicide Concerns in Schools

The show’s sensitive themes have sparked a controversy.

Read: Report Shows Depressed Teens More Likely to Use Drugs

Report Shows Depressed Teens More Likely to Use Drugs

The report analyzed major depressive episodes by age, gender and race.

Read: With Rise in Student Mental Health Issues, Mass. Group to Offer Solutions

With Rise in Student Mental Health Issues, Mass. Group to Offer Solutions

The group was formed in response to the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

Read: Study Shows Bullying Victims More Likely to be Depressed When They Grow Up

Study Shows Bullying Victims More Likely to be Depressed When They Grow Up

In a study published recently researchers found a correlation between childhood bullying and adult depression.

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