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Depression is not a choice, and anyone who says otherwise is just plain wrong.
After reading a tweet that simply said, "Depression is a choice," actor, writer, and comedian Andy Richter was so angry that he "pulled over after school drop-off" to vent on
"I'm good to go" is a phrase that Marines and first responders like Mike Washington are usually all too familiar with.
It's often the knee-jerk response to the call of duty, even if emotionally they're anything but "good."
"As firefighters, as law enforcement, as military, we try to play that
When the moms at Roosevelt K-8 School got together to start a fitness program for their kids, one mom was not feeling enthusiastic.
“When I was in school it was, ‘How many pullups can you do?’” Jesse Farren-James says. “Well, I could do zero, and it was horrible.”
Having struggled with
After 15 deployments, Navy SEAL Alex West returned home a different man.
“[It] really put a lot of strain on my body,” he explained, and that strain left West struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, and a traumatic brain injury.
But, despite the pain and trauma from his time in
Anyone affected by substance abuse knows that knowledge of the problem alone can’t help beat the disease.
For Todd Crandell, it took three drunken driving charges and 13 years of consequences to decide to get sober despite that he lost both his mom and uncle to addiction.
Crandell's mugshot. Image
We all know that millennials are entitlement-oozing, spoiled, special snowflakes, who need to grow up, get over themselves, and get a damn job.
And need to cool it with those damn selfie sticks. Photo by Marco Verch/Flickr.
But ... science just won't stop telling us we're wrong about that.
A new study,
If you want to make it to the top, you've got to embrace your dark side, right? Turns out, maybe not.
If "American Psycho," "House of Cards," and "The Wolf of Wall Street" taught us anything, it's that the key to financial success is a mixture of callousness, manipulation, and a
There's a lot going on in the world right now, and it makes total sense if you're feeling a bit overwhelmed. I am too.
Hurricane recovery, wildfires ripping along the West Coast, rising tensions with North Korea, repeated threats to the state of health care in this country, trans people
37 years ago, vaccines drove smallpox into extinction. Polio is about to be on death's doorstep. Now the U.K. can say it has added one more name to its personal kill list — measles.
According to a new report from the World Health Organization, Denmark, Spain, and the United Kingdom in
Imagine if a cool tattoo or a pair of contact lenses could help save you from this all-too familiar scene:
You schedule a doctor's appointment for the morning, knowing full-well that means you'll have to take anywhere from 90 minutes to three hours off work depending on where your doctor's office