From mild to severe depression, we’ll explore depression levels and the symptoms of seven types of depressive disorders—from bipolar disorder to premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD).
Fatigue and extreme tiredness can be warning signs you're depressed. In fact, exhaustion and depression can feed each other, so here's what you need to know.
Depression has a history of being swept under the rug, so some people might not know to seek help. Take our three-minute quiz to see if you could be depressed.
Giving birth is a huge event, and it’s natural to have big feelings around it. But when negative emotions linger or get worse, it could be more than the baby blues.
Wondering whether you may be depressed, what the symptoms of major depressive disorder (MDD) are, and what the treatment is? Here’s what you need to know about depression and how to get support and help.
The holiday season can bring sad and melancholy feelings for a lot of people. But sometimes those feelings can be symptoms of something more serious, like depression.
By understanding the possible connection between trauma, depression, and chronic pain, physical and emotional healing may be within reach.
Society's judgments about prescribed medication for mental illness are harmful. Your own internalized stigma can be even worse.
Medication for mental health issues continues to be a fraught topic for many. But the truth is, medication can be incredibly helpful for some people.
No one is immune to the tragedy of suicide. Having resources to cope with your own depression and grief can help.