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Eating right and exercising daily can be difficult to achieve. Additionally, it’s important to get adequate rest and stay emotionally afloat. Find out how you can take care of yourself and how good habits can ensure better success academically, emotionally, and professionally.


By: Joyce Kamanitz

In a previous article, I discussed the symptoms of clinical depression and the modes of treatment. There was also a little information about the physiological dysregulation involved in depression. Let’s look at some of the comments and questions raised and try… more >>

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National Institute of Mental Health
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