New Treatments Bring New Hope

LEXINGTON When people hear the word “psychiatrist,” many still conjure up the image of a patient reclining on a couch

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Are There Good Reasons for Bad Feelings?

“Why does depression exist at all?” “Why are mental disorders so confusing?” I wasn’t expecting these types of questions from

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Events – May 2019

LEXINGTON The American Heart Association’s annual Circle of Red Day at Keenland was a warm, sunny April 10, 2019. Circle

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U of L Depression Center: Depression and Anxiety Disorders

LOUISVILLE The 12th Annual Conference of the University of Louisville Depression Center was held on November 1–2, 2018. David A.

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How Hearing Loss Can Impact One’s Mental Health

LEXINGTON Everyone knows that hearing aids and assistive listening devices help and reduce the strain of trying to understand all

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The University of Louisville Depression Center Does It the Wright Way

LOUISVILLE For over 25 years, Jesse Wright, MD, PhD, has committed the main body of his work and research to

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Journaling Away the Holiday Blues

It may sound strange, but the best part of showing up for the Eleventh Annual University of Louisville (U of

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Events – Dec 2017

Yes, Mamm! Has Record Crowd and Beautiful Weather NICHOLASVILLE The 3rd annual Yes, MAMM! 5K run/walk which benefits the Saint

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Women and Hearing Loss

Despite the obvious physical differences between men and women, both share many of the same health concerns. According to the

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Family Valued

LEXINGTON When Manoochehr Mazloomdoost, MD, (Maz) founded Pain Management Medicine (PMM) in 1992, he did so with a vision to

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