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"I was depressed," the Sports Illustrated model wrote. "I had no appetite, was drinking way too much, smoking, couldn’t sleep."
In a world of professional players and perfect wives, there can be no bad days.
The former Disney Channel star wrote an essay about her "private breakdown" at the height of her fame.
One in 15 borrowers with exceptionally high debt loads have considered suicide, according to one survey.
On the outside you may seem fine, but on the inside? Not so much.
"I would cry and cry and cry over just getting changed and having to put on clothes,” the actress said.
The "Empire" actress told Variety that her "anxiety is kicking up even more every day."
My depression is a part of my life that I have to manage continually, like my weight or my sobriety.
The former first lady confided in a journalist writing her biography in the months before she died.
Moms of "difficult" infants were twice as likely to have serious depressive symptoms as those with "easy" babies.
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One of the nation’s biggest industries is staffed by workers facing grueling conditions and sky-high depression rates.
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For HuffPost Wellness' series 'Living With,' we're giving you a guide to navigating conditions that affect your mind and body.
Depression is often associated with sadness, but there's another emotional response that gets little attention.
It's time to stop believing these misconceptions.
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"It is an illness, a cancer of the mind," wrote James Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge's younger brother.
Unfortunately, old heads tend to be pretty set in their ways.