Mental Health

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Self-Harm Rising Among Younger Children, Study Finds

Emergency room visits for deliberate self-harm among 10- and 11-year-olds have nearly doubled, according to national data analyzed by UH Rainbow physician-researchers.

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Could Selfies Harm Your Teen’s Mental Well-Being?

Editing images before sharing on social media may contribute to low self-esteem and body dysmorphic disorder.

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Why You’re Always Saying: I’ll Get to It Tomorrow

Procrastination can actually have an effect on your health. What you can do.

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11 Signs Your Child May Be Depressed

Kids struggle with many of the same problems that adults do, including depression. Learn more about how to give the help your child needs.

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Why Workplace Stress Can Work Against Your Employees' Productivity

Long-term stress can affect your employees' well-being and your bottom line. Learn how you can help your employees manage stress.

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Depression Rates Are On the Rise in Teenagers

Depression can make life challenging for teens. Plus, it’s a risk factor for suicide, the second-leading cause of death in 15- to 19-year-olds. A recent study in the journal Pediatrics shows this issue is only growing.

How Do I Know If My Child Has an Anxiety Disorder?

Small worries are normal for kids and teens. But when worry morphs into distress so that everyday life is difficult, anxiety may be controlling parts of your child's life.

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How You Can Wake Up Happy Every Day

It’s true, optimistic people live longer. Studies going back decades show that mood and longevity go hand in hand. Getting restful sleep can play a role in keeping your mood sunny.

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