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U.S. Suicide Rate Climbed 35% in Two Decades - 2020-04-08
"The U.S. suicide rate has jumped 35% in the past two decades, health officials reported Wednesday." More

Many Americans Will Grieve Parents, Grandparents Lost to Coronavirus - 2020-04-08
"As deaths from coronavirus continue to mount, researchers are calling attention to another toll of the pandemic: the many people left behind to grieve, in a time of social isolation." More

How to Ease Loved Ones With Alzheimer's Through the Pandemic - 2020-04-07
"The coronavirus pandemic is throwing Americans' daily lives into disarray, and such disruptions are especially hard on people with Alzheimer's disease." More

AHA News: Pandemic Puts Health Care Workers' Mental Health on the Line - 2020-04-07
"Doctors and nurses are trained to deal with life-and-death situations, to be calm in the face of crisis. But whether it's in hard-hit New York or places where COVID-19 has yet to surge, medical workers say the pandemic is straining their mental health like nothing before." More

Magnetic Brain 'Zap' Shows Promise Against Severe Depression - 2020-04-07
"Intensifying a standard form of brain stimulation may bring relief to people with hard-to-treat depression, a preliminary study suggests." More

Beware of 'Media Overload' During Coronavirus Crisis, Experts Say - 2020-04-07
"If you feel like the news about coronavirus is growing worse by the hour, then it might be time to take stock: How much do you really need to know?" More

Caring for Dementia Patient During Pandemic? Try These Stress-Busting Tips - 2020-04-03
"The coronavirus pandemic will put extra stress on caregivers of loved ones with dementias, so the Alzheimer's Foundation of America offers some advice." More

'Stay at Home' Orders Are Stressing U.S. Families, Survey Shows - 2020-04-02
"In the new coronavirus reality, the family home has become the nexus of everything -- school, day care, work, social life -- and it's stressing out a lot of American parents, a new report suggests." More

An Expert's Guide to Fighting Coronavirus Stress - 2020-04-02
"The new coronavirus is not just a physical health threat. The stress, anxiety, fear and isolation that go along with it also take a toll on your mental well-being." More

'Stress Eating' While Social Distancing? Here's Tips to Avoid It - 2020-04-02
"Trapped in the house with a cupboard full of food: Social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic can spawn an unintended side effect -- stress eating." More

How Ritalin Works in the Brain - 2020-04-01
"A new study dispels a common belief about how stimulants such as Ritalin and Adderall work in the brain." More

FDA Pulls Heartburn Drug Zantac From Market - 2020-04-01
"All versions of the heartburn drug Zantac (ranitidine) have been pulled from the U.S. market due to possible contamination with a probable cancer-causing chemical, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday." More

Dirty Air Might Raise Your Odds for Dementia - 2020-03-31
"Smog drives up dementia risk, particularly for older men and women with heart disease, according to a new Swedish study." More

AHA News: Health Emergency? Don't Hesitate to Get Help - 2020-03-30
"With hospitals across America focused on people who have developed COVID-19, some people with unrelated but still urgent health problems are feeling awkward about reporting to emergency rooms. They shouldn't, doctors say." More

Recovery From Mild Brain Trauma Takes Longer Than Expected: Study - 2020-03-29
"Less than half of patients with a sports-related mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) recover within two weeks, new research shows." More

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