According to new studies, the numbers of college students that seek counseling for their moderate to severe depression have increased from 1998 to 2009.
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Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, typically begins in the fall and continues through the winter months.
A new study shows that people affected with severe mental disorders like bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, notice significantly higher suicide rates than individuals without these disorders.
New studies show young girls who get bullied may be more likely to use drugs and alcohol due to depression caused by being bullied.
Treating teenage depression seems to be fairly effective, at first, but nearly 50 percent of those suffering from depression eventually become depressed again.