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Kinship House 111917
AN INTERVIEW WITH DENNISE KOWALCZYK WITH KINSHIP HOUSE AND DERENDA SCHUBERT WITH BRIDGE MEADOWS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH FOSTER CHILDREN AND FAMILIES.
the trauma that they've experienced in the manifestations or that it. They're depression of their anxiety years Denise had. Posttraumatic stress disorder. And that parents feel sold much more supported because they're not being an
Kaiser Permanente Mental Health 101517
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. HAN LIANG, CHIEF OF MENTAL HEALTH AT KAISER PERMANENTE ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF DEPRESSION AND TEEN MENTAL HEALTH.
point right I think you're absolutely right. I think the feeling of depression as part of the human condition. Now what we called clinical depression is is something. That is more defined and symptoms. And categorized. Such that. What were really talk when we talk a clinical depression we're talking about extended periods of time. Where thumb our moods and their emotional state it's so intense that it's impacting our ability to get on with life. And so when we talk about clinical depression we're talking about maybe ten to 20% of folks. Through their lifetime having an episode of clinical depression . Whereas here you're I could at any point ever a bad day here. Or whatnot and that and that's a separate sort
stigmatization of mental health disorders. The idea that some people have. That depression Might be a character flow or weakness. And that it should be hidden. In many cultures. We just wouldn't be talking about depression this radio interview. Would not be happening in and some other places and so it and in some aspects. I'm really glad to be an America where we're. People that start talking more and more freely about mental health and depression Is depression can have an equal opportunity. Condition. Male female young old. Yeah I that I think if you are human. You. Are susceptible. When we look at the definition of clinical depression we do see that it impacts. More. More females than males. And when we look at age ranges. Equal opportunity you can you can find yourself depressed whether your teenager. An adulterer an older adult. The good news I think is the flip side as long as you're human. I do believe you have the capacity for resilience in the capacity to improve from symptoms of depression To be able to. Learn build skills in practice skills to. To really find yourself in a better spot. We're talking today
American Foundation For Suicide Prevention 091717
AN INTERVIEW WITH RYAN PRICE WITH AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO AND THEIR FUNDRAISING WALKS COMING IN OCTOBER.
with some some challenges of work they've also. Recently been diagnosed with depression and oil and and maybe have a history of being abused as a child. When you couple that with some of these
Karts For Kids Randall Hospital 031217
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. SEAN SWEENEY, A NICU DOCTOR AT RANDALL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AND DAVE CLEVELAND WITH THE KARTS FOR KIDS PROGRAM, ABOUT THE WORK RANDALL’S DOES AND HOW THE KARTS FOR KIDS PROGRAM BENEFITS THE HOSPITAL.
and uplift. You know peachy as he. Summers also wiry and so postpartum depression and simple Monsanto. Who have babies in the mid June which is not really surprising if you think about it but. There's a lot of psychosocial. Impacts of being in the acute. And we continue to try to figure out better ways to China to support Austin didn't. And as you say that's not surprising that there actually isn't surprising that everybody goes through such an impact. But probably eight years ago they didn't think it was in those terms that. No I mean you know really the whole. Postpartum depression things no we've known about and Harlem Harlem medicine. I started becoming a bigger and bigger focus in recognizing. That impacted the
Alzheimer's Assoc 090416
AN INTERVIEW WITH TRACY MORGAN WITH ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION ABOUT THE DISEASE, THE RESEARCH BEING DONE FOR A CURE, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK.
or very high. Men forty grit and that you're ever suffer from depression pain kind of look at both occurred within these numbers and you know they have all kinds. Do we currently have enough
Northwest Functional Medicine 011016
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. CHRISTINA BERGSTROM, FOUNDER AND PHYSICIAN WITH NORTHWEST FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE, ABOUT FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE AND ITS WAYS OF HEALING.
of diseases that can cause high blood pressure heart disease diabetes obesity depression autoimmune disease everything. You know we we think sometimes oh heart disease caused by cholesterol but really it may be the stress
things like that can be so powerful reducing stress and for helping depression hoping anxiety helping mood. What are some of your goals and what you seen the future for northwest functional medicine you know
Sleep Train Toy Drive 112215
AN INTERVIEW WITH GINA DAVIS, VP OF MARKETING FOR SLEEP TRAIN ABOUT THE FOSTER KIDS TOY DRIVE HAPPENING.
program you know grow it year after year after year even through depression and B I donations increased. And they give you this story is coming through. We have attendants at ten year old girl
ADA NuNaturals 102515
AN INTERVIEW WITH TAYLOR SIMON WITH THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION AND RITA HEIKENFELD, CERTIFIED CULINARY PROFESSIONAL ABOUT DIABETES PREVENTION, HEALTHY EATING, AND USING SUGAR SUBSTITUTES, LIKE NUNATURALS STEVIA.
I wrote the plan but I'll tell you the plant I used depression and infused believed but yet the media is. It all over the supermarket now. Up until a few years ago that you
Community Transitional School 10.26.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH CHERYL BICKLE, PRINCIPAL WITH COMMUNITY TRANSITIONAL SCHOOL AND JOSH LOISEL WITH NW FREEDOM CORP ABOUT ENTERCOM’S KIDSGIVING BENEFIT TO GATHER FOOD FOR THE SCHOOL FOR HOMELESS CHILDREN.
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Breast Friends 10.19.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH BECKY OLSON AND SHARON HENAFIN, FOUNDERS OF BREAST FRIENDS, A NON-PROFIT HELPING WOMEN AND FAMILY AND FRIENDS DEALING WITH BREAST CANCER.
there's people who just. Falling into this really tied to almost a depression kind of thing. Because they don't feel like they're old selves they they're still dealing with side effects. They're still very 52.