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Depression

cancer  exercise  therapy  depression  obesity  suicide  abuse  stress  medicine  heart disease  women's health  trauma  mental health  menopause  sexual assault  Postpartum depression  Mental Illness  perimenopause  hormones  menstrual cycle 

Learn about how depression is diagnosed, treated, and affects other aspects of your life, from the Office on Women’s Health.

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Anxiety disorders

anxiety  stress  treatments  benzodiazepines  nausea  genetics  counseling  medicine  physical activity  yoga  meditation  mental health  hot flashes  post-traumatic stress disorder  anxiety disorder  dizziness  PTSD  traumatic events  shortness of breath 

Anxiety disorders affect nearly 1 in 5 adults in the United States. Learn more about anxiety disorders and treatment from the Office on Women’s Health

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Working with a mental health condition

disabilities  working  medications  medicaid  stress  sleep  women's health  physical health  discrimination  Medicare  Substance Abuse  Mental health condition  legal rights  finding a job  vocational rehabilitation  supported employment  public employment offices  disability insurance  social security disability insurance 

Learn more about your legal rights, finding a job, and staying healthy during stressful transitions from the Office on Women’s Health.

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Stress and your health

exercise  anxiety  therapy  depression  nutrition  obesity  stress  meditation  high blood pressure  mental health  discrimination  headaches  PTSD  Women’s health  traumatic events  well-being  upset stomach  hormones  stretching  adrenaline 

Learn how stress can help or hurt you and tips for dealing with too much stress.

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Steps to good mental health

diabetes  anxiety  smoking  depression  nutrition  alcohol  stress  drugs  physical activity  trauma  mental health  menopause  PTSD  domestic violence  Women’s health  Substance Abuse  traumatic events  perimenopause  aerobic exercise  Steps to good mental health 

Learn tips to live a healthier life — physically, mentally, and emotionally from the Office on Women’s Health.

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Living with lupus

exercise  vaccines  stress  sleep  lupus  Women’s health  hyperlipidemia  healthy foods  lupus flare  lupus flare triggers  steroids  Vitamin D2 

Lupus symptoms come and go, but you can learn the triggers for flares to help control your symptoms.

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Stroke risk factors you can control: Behaviors

smoking  stroke  alcohol  stress  physical activity  women's health  eating habits  drug use  lifestyle changes 

Slideshow of lifestyle changes women can make to lower their risk for stroke.

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Heart disease risk factors you can control: Behaviors

heart  smoking  behaviors  alcohol  stress  physical activity  heart disease  women's health  eating habits  heart health 

Slideshow of steps women can take to lower their risk for heart disease.

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Epilepsy in Veterans | CDC Features

epilepsy  stress  seizures  distress  psychological  trauma  mental health  CDC Features  veterans  military  soldiers  veterans day  va  veterans administration  ptsd tbi  pines 

November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month and November 11 is Veterans Day. Veterans are at higher risk of developing epilepsy. Learn more about resources to help Veterans and families.

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Caregivers and Exercise—Take Time for Yourself

health  exercise  care  stress  energy  caregiver  time  active  Workout 

Learn how exercise and being active can help you as a caregiver. Taking time for a workout and to care for yourself helps reduce stress and increases energy.

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