Anxiousness, fear, and worry are normal human experiences and in some instances, are even adaptive and helpful for our survival. Most people feel a little nervous before a big speech, a job interview, or a visit to the doctor. But in anxiety disorders, those feelings are crippling, extreme, and/or persistent.
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A review of the results of 14 studies published between 2005 and 2015 concluded that online therapy programs can help some people with mild to moderate depression.
Discontinuing treatment is the most common risk factor for a relapse. At least half of those who are diagnosed with depression once will have one or more bouts with the disease over the course of a lifetime.
A new report shows that the opioid epidemic impacts nearly all age groups and rural and urban areas in the United States based on health insurance claims.