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The Physical Symptoms of Depression

Depression is characterized by persistent sadness, loss of interest, and sometimes irritability. Check out these ways depression may present itself physically:

Seven Tips to Boost Your Mood During the Holidays

For most the holidays are a time for thankfulness and celebration, however, for some the holidays cause anxiety and depression. The holidays can be a very busy time of year and may bring unwanted stress due to high expectations, tight budgets, crazy in-laws, and other holiday hazards. If you find yourself feeling a little down during this time of this year try these tips to help boost your mood.

Six Ways Pets Improve Your Health

Did you know your four-legged friend, or any other pet, is actually good for your mental and physical health? About two-thirds of U.S. households own at least one pet. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) says those pet owners, on average, are in better shape that non-owners. Here are six ways pets improve your physical and mental health.

Six Ways Pets Improve Your Health

Did you know your four-legged friend, or any other pet, is actually good for your mental and physical health? About two-thirds of U.S. households own at least one pet. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) says those pet owners, on average, are in better shape that non-owners. Here are six ways pets improve your physical and mental health.

10 Ways to Improve Your Mood

It happens to everyone once in awhile. You're in a bad mood and looking for a way to turn it around. There are many ways to improve your mood, boost your happiness, and keep stress in check. Try one of these 10 suggestions to help you get a jump-star on feeling better.