In the News Archive 2008 and older

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Fox11az.com, "Tea for Teen" parties, to prevent teen suicide planned.

Wickedlocalparents.com, May 22, 2008, Breaking the Silence, Depression is a real issue of men, especially dads.

WFLA-TV, April 4, 2008, Watch an interview with our volunteer, Allyson, Miss Largo (Florida) 2008, as she talks about her experience with depression.

Mom Matters.Blogspot.com, February, 2008, Blogger Alyssa Dver interviews Julie Totten about childhood depression.

WBZ-TV, October 10, 2007, Interview with Julie Totten, President of Families for Depression Awareness as she talks about her own family experience with depression.

NECN, September, 2007, Teenage suicide is on the rise, especially among young girls. New England Cable News interviews Julie Totten, President and Founder of Families for Depression Awareness and Dr. Carol Glod of Northeastern University about this important issue.

Minnesota Public Radio, May 2007, Listen to an interview with our volunteers, Pata and her daughter Nariko discuss the challenges of parenting when depressed.

Newsweek Magazine, February 26, 2007, Men and Depression.

Hartford Courant, July 5, 2006, MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS INCREASING AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS.

Boston Globe, July, 2006, Pediatricians should be aware of signs of depression in mothers.

Boston Channel, June, 2006, Learn more about teen suicide prevention and what resources are available.

WFCR 88.5 FM, June, 2006, Listen to an interview with Julie Totten from the documentary, "A Burden to be Well: Sisters and Brothers of the Mentally Ill".

American Journal of Psychiatry, January, 2006,Antidepressant suicide risk low according to study. A federally-funded study of 65,000 adults and children taking antidepressants showed suicides rare and drop after treatment. Read more.

American Journal of Psychiatry, January 2006, A third of people recover on first antidepressant according to STAR*D study, a federally funded study. Read more.

 

Cape Cod Times, February 13, 2005, One Woman's Attempt to Help Families Cope.

Psychiatric News, February 4, 2005, Beauty Queen's Reign to Focus on Depression Awareness.

WebMD, November 15, 2004, Divorcing Depression.

Assocated Press, October 11, 2004. Experts Urge Close Eye on Depression Drugs.

Associated Press, October 11, 2004. A Look at Clinical Depression.

Eagle-Tribune, September 19, 2004. No Local Change Seen in Antidepressent Use.

Boston Globe, September 15, 2004. Panel urges suicide warnings on 9 drugs.

 

Coping with Depression in the Family Conference, November 2003.

Medizine, September, 2003. Behind the Smile.

Fitness, August, 2003. Eat to Beat Your Genes.

WebMD, May 5, 2003. Stigma Hinders Depression Treatment.

Jewish Press, February 7, 2003. Understanding the Symptoms of Depression Can Save a Life.

USA Today, February 3, 2003. With 'Hours' the sexes are in different time zones.

Masspsy.com, December, 2002. Site-seeing: web picks of the month.

Psychiatric News. October, 18, 2002. Advocates ease depression's toll on family members.

Glamour Magazine, September, 2002. Glamour Women: Be a hero in 5 minutes or less.

Infinite Mind, June 26, 2002. Mental Illness in the Family.

Associated Press, June 18, 2002. Many youth with mental health crises having a harder time getting care.

The Boston Globe Magazine, June 9, 2002. Suicide Awareness.

Wall Street Journal, May 22, 2002. Can a Machine Diagnose Depression?

Psychology Today's Blues Buster. March, 2002. Why Depression is All in the Family.

Better Homes and Gardens. December, 2001. Hope: A Gift to Your Children.

ABC News Medical Unit. May, 2001. Video interview for upcoming ABC News medical web site on depression and bipolar disorder, cancer, heart disease and more.

 

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