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Should You Be Screened for Depression?

Should You Be Screened for Depression?

The United States Preventive Services Task Force (part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) has recently announced its newest recommendation: that medical doctors routinely screen for depression, especially in children, young adults, and women who have recently been pregnant.  

When Change Comes, Will You Adapt?

When Change Comes, Will You Adapt?

If "the only thing certain is change," then the ability to adapt is a vital life skill. Start by asking yourself some questions:

Have a Plan to Manage Worry

Have a Plan to Manage Worry

Studies have shown that worry can take years off your life. Cope with worry by taking action with questions and exercises that help you gain control of the target issue.