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The Colorado Depression Helpline not only offers advice and information on depression, but also has a continuously updated blog. Blog posts will range from information on medical advancements for depression, topics on current events and how to live with depression. Check back regularly for new blogs.

 

4 innovative technologies ensuring real progress in mental health

11-24 | DTC Team

4 innovative technologies ensuring real progress in mental health

Although there have been technological advancements in telemedicine and diagnostic equipment that measure physical health, the technologies for mental health have not quite kept up at the same pace. Mental health is a separate ball game altogether and its unique characteristics create hurdles in devising measurable outcomes by developing innovative technologies. Since mental health is […]

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Signs of depression  indicated by social media posts

11-09 | DTC Team

Signs of depression indicated by social media posts

In today’s world, the virtual space has garnered more attention than the real life. With the progression of technology and foray of social networking sites (SNSs), people gradually started shifting their focus from their daily life problems to social media. As a result, people are not just washing their dirty linen in public by discussing […]

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8 ways to get over a broken affair

10-24 | DTC Team

8 ways to get over a broken affair

The end of a romantic relationship is extremely painful to say the least. It is a heartbreaking journey that can be damaging to one’s mental health. Breakups bring dark, distorted and devastating negative thoughts to the surface that test one’s emotional resilience. People predisposed to anxiety and depression can take breakups really badly and at […]

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Creative minds who wrestled with depression

10-04 | DTC Team

Creative minds who wrestled with depression

The misconceptions around mental illnesses often hinder a person from talking freely about his or her disorders. While other chronic illnesses like diabetes or cancer do not have so many prejudices attached to them, mental illnesses, on the contrary, involve stigma. Instead of accepting a mental illness as a medical condition, some people would rather […]

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Internet addiction can trigger depression

09-29 | DTC Team

Internet addiction can trigger depression

For most people, the internet has become a medium to escape from the stresses and strains of reality. Be it shopping, gaming, chatting or social networking, the internet has gradually superseded the concept of face-to-face interactions with virtual conversations. In fact, whenever a person feels lonely, depressed, lost, overwhelmed or stressed, he or she prefers […]

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