Am I Depressed?

Content Reviewed by Jennifer Wheeler, Clinical & Community Outreach Over the last several years, the term “depressed” has been used much more frequently. Some people may use it to label emotional numbness, while others may describe a period of loss. However, it is important to understand that depression is not a term to use loosely, … Read more

The Prevalence of Depression Among Women

Depression has become more widespread than ever, particularly after COVID-19 created a global mental health crisis. Historically, women are more susceptible to depression at an average rate of two-to-one when compared with men. While researchers are not sure if that is wholly accurate, as men are less likely to seek treatment for depression, it is … Read more

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