You Probably Don’t Need Pills for Depression

Anxiety and depression keep rising in America. We take lots of medication for it. So why are these numbers still skyrocketing?

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A few statistics from Mental Health America.org

  • Suicidal ideation continues to increase among adults in the U.S. 4.58% of adults report having serious…

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Brooke Meredith

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