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If sadness doesn't go away, it could be clinical depression.
Can the performance of a particular candidate affect supporters so deeply as to lead to actual depression? According to interviews with various mental-health experts and experts on fan behavior, the short answer is yes.
Gentrification poses mental health consequences for residents of color, plus more health news.
The daughter of New York City mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has released a video sharing her personal story about battling depression and past substance abuse.
Actress defends her marriage, insists she's not bipolar.
Former WNBA player and Olympic gold medalist Chamique Holdsclaw is being indicted in a November 2012 shooting in Atlanta, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw is accused of shooting into a woman's car after using a bat to break its windows.
The TV personality was mistakenly diagnosed with breast cancer when he was 19 years old.
The apparent suicide of Soul Train host Don Cornelius raises awareness of Black suicide, which, while still less prevalent than among whites, claims the lives of Black men at five times the rate of Black women.