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Seasonal Affective Disorder; Not Just the Winter Blues

Sometimes the Grinch visits. It might be winter, or it might be summer. It might be part of a larger picture of clinical depression, or it might be only seasonal. Having first been described in 1984, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) has become a recognizable diagnosis that warrants treatment as a type of depression that displays… Read More

Randy I. Pardell MD DFAPA and Martha Rhodes Interviewed on The Daily Buzz

Martha Rhodes discusses her depression and how the Neurostar TMS Therapy® improved her symptoms. Dr. Pardell discusses the science and technology of TMS and demonstrates a treatment.

What is Depression?

Depression is the leading cause of disability in the world; in the U.S., close to 10 percent of adults struggle with the disease. But because it’s a mental illness, it can be a lot harder to understand than, say, high cholesterol.

Psychotic Disorders – Schizophrenia

People with psychotic disorders lose contact with reality and experience a range of extreme symptoms that usually includes: Hallucinations—hearing or seeing things that are not real, such as voices Delusions—believing things that are not true However, these symptoms can occur in people with other health problems, including bipolar disorder, dementia, substance abuse disorders, or brain… Read More