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Teenagers & depression: 6 suicide warning signs every parent needs to know


There are times when growing up is just plain confusing and filled with emotions. But it's one thing for your child to be feeling blue and an entirely different thing for them to be depressed and having thoughts of suicide. Find out what signs parents should look out for to detect the early signs of depression.

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La rabia te puede estar matando


¿Cuándo fue la última vez que experimentaste este sentimiento? La ira es capaz de hacernos perder el control, decir lo que no queremos, y hasta actuar de forma inesperada. De acuerdo con los especialistas es importante expresarla y canalizarla de forma positiva, como a través de un deporte o tocando un instrumento para que no afecte tu salud. De lo contrario, esto es lo que te puede ocurrir. 

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Woman loses 133 lbs & hates her new self


Like most women embarking on a new weight loss journey, Andie Mitchell believed her life would change when she finally reached her goal weight. She was absolutely right; her life did change. Only, it changed for the worst! In her memoir It Was Me All Along, Andie describes how she lost half her body weight, and in the process, nearly lost her mind!

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Man posts Facebook status right before killing his wife & himself

An anguished husband in Dover, New Hampshire, shot his wife then turned the gun on himself within a local hospital at around 6 a.m. on December 30, only minutes after detailing his murder-suicide plan in a Facebook post. Mark Lavoie's actions were not motivated by jealousy, rage, or contempt, making this no run-of-the-mill crime of passion. The reason for the murder-suicide will surely shock you.

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Young mom looks like a 70-year-old woman & the photos are shocking!


After reading this story, you won't complain anymore about your looks! Hu Juan from Zhengzhou, China is one of the 10 people in the world that suffers from an estrange aging condition called Cutis Laxa. The young mother of two is only 28 years old, but she looks like a 70-year-old grandmother. She is the only person in China suffering from the bizarre syndrome and she is desperate and depressed. After attempting to end her own life, Hu Juan and her husband decided to go to Shanghai and consult a plastic surgeon to change her looks.

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10 Herbs that will make you feel happy


Sometimes we feel a little groggy, slow and with little energy. We are not exactly under the weather, but we don't feel ourselves either. In other words, you need a pick-me-up! Some people start taking vitamins, walking, hitting the gym or drinking. If you are feeling sad and a little depressed this article is the medicine you were waiting for. In the following slideshow I'm going to show you herbs and natural ingredients that are a perfect mood lifters. These herbs will make you happy, addressing your hormonal imbalance and mood swings. Check out the slides, so you can become a happier person!

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Depressed mom gives birth to baby hooked on happy pills


When Susan Barden, from Crawley, West Sussex was pregnant, she began to suffer from crippling pre-natal depression. Before she even knew she was pregnant, she had feelings of severe doom and despair. She was moody, grouchy and unhappy. The depression got so bad that she was having suicidal thoughts by week 11 of the pregnancy and by the third month, her doctor prescribed anti-depressants.

Honestly, I had never heard of pre-natal depression but I know all sorts of unexpected things happen when you're pregnant.  I am much more familiar with post partum depression. It is believed that pre-natal depression is brought on by a combination of fluctuating hormones and the stress of the life changes ahead. Studies suggest it is actually more prevalent than post partum depression, estimating that one in seven women in the United Kingdom suffers depression while pregnant.

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5 Signs you are depressed & NEED to see a doctor


Let's talk about depression, amigas. I'm on a mission to destigmatize mental health issues especially among Latinas where certain issues like depression are dismissed with comments like, its just nervios or it's just a bajón, pray and you'll feel better. As a matter of fact did you know that Latinas experience depression at twice the rate of Latinos and we are also more prone to experiencing depression than African American or Caucasian women?

Depression, clinical depression, is not something to be ignored, nor is it something to be ashamed of. I think the big mistake we make is separating mental health from health in general. The truth is that mental health is simply another aspect of HEALTH in general and if we have diabetes we go see a doctor, if we break our arm, we go see a doctor, SO if we are depressed or have anxiety or any other number of mental health issues, WE SHOULD GO SEE A DOCTOR, not pray about it, not suffer through it and NOT BE ASHAMED of it. 

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Beat cravings with this MIRACLE ingredient​


Flaxseed in Latin stands for "most useful", and with the numerous amount of benefits hidden within these tiny little wonders, it doesn't fail to live up to the meaning of its name. Below, you will discover the many different ways flaxseeds can boost your health.

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Her weight plummeted to 70lbs before cheerleading saved her life!


Lynne Lang was an average teenager who loved going to school and being a cheerleader, but when she was 17 years old, she was diagnosed with anorexia. She only weighted 70 pounds and her life was in danger. Hospitalized and hooked to a heart monitor, Lynne wasn't allowed to do anything physical, especially practicing her beloved sport.  She thought her life was over. Cheerleading was the motivation Lynne needed to recover, gain weight and get her life back.

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