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Children’s Health

Back to School During a Pandemic

Tips to guide your children and family through this new normal

Back to School During a Pandemic
Mental & Behavioral Health

Suicide Happens Frequently But Is Preventable

Someone in the U.S. commits suicide every 11 minutes

Depression
COVID-19

Tips for Sheltering in Place

As shelter-in-place continues, remember these tips to help you through the next weeks

Rush News Article
Mental & Behavioral Health

Navigating Emotions During COVID-19

How to cope with emotions — yours and others’ — amid a crisis

Emotional well-being COVID19
Mental & Behavioral Health

Fighting the Winter Blues

The gloomy days often drag on well after the New Year

Seasonal affective disorder
Mental & Behavioral Health

How to Help Someone With Depression

Let them know you’re there for them — and don't forget self-care

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Mental & Behavioral Health

Megan Hood, PhD - Rush University Medical Center

Megan Hood, PhD, is a Psychologist at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago

Patient Stories

Eric's Story

Coping with depression after his military service, Eric turned to the Center for Veterans and Their Families at Rush for help

Healthy Living

The Health Benefits of Giving

Four ways working to improve others' lives may improve — and lengthen — your own

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Mental & Behavioral Health

Recognizing Depression

6 common nonverbal signs of depression

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