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Yale University has digitized a huge collection of images of America 'at her most vulnerable.'

Several studies show that hearing loss often goes untreated, leading to depression and other cognitive issues as it gets worse, according to new research.

WebMD lists a number of brave celebrities who admit to having depression and struggling with sadness.

Worried you may depressed or that a loved one needs help? WebMD shows you depression signs beyond sadness and trouble sleeping -- and when to seek help.

For many people, the holiday season is a time filled with sadness, self-reflection, loneliness, and anxiety. WebMD offers tips for avoiding holiday depression.

People who suffer from depression are about 65% more likely to develop heart disease, and up to 1 in 5 people with heart disease will develop depression.

If a friend or loved one is depressed, talking to them about getting help can make a big difference. Use these tips to start the conversation.

What is depression? WebMD provides information on symptoms, tests, and treatments for many types of the disorder.

One of the most difficult parts of living with depression can be maintaining healthy relationships with others — and finding people who understand.

People are increasingly turning to mindfulness mediation to manage health issues, and meditation classes are being offered through schools and hospitals. But doctors have questioned whether this ancient Eastern practice really offers measurable health benefits.

Research on depression and anxiety shows that exercise and other physical activity can help improve mood, reduce anxiety and improve other health problems.

A teen from a Taiwanese immigrant family struggles with depression as her mother worries and tries to understand. Asian American families like this one often have trouble seeking and finding approp…