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  • Infographic: Sedentary Lifestyle Stats and Info

    Sedentary lifestyle - A lifestyle that is predominantly inactive. Those who sit for 5 or more hours a day.

  • Infographic: Selfie Psychology Stats and Info

    A photo taken of oneself, by oneself. Typically shot with a smartphone and uploaded to social media or sent in a text.

  • Do I need a Psychologist or a Psychiatrist?

    Depression Picture - LocateADoc.comWe often get confused regarding whether to consult a psychologists or a psychiatrist for help on our mental health problems. Psychologists and psychiatrists are just two professionals with separate roles in the mental health industry.

  • Low Testosterone: How Do You Know When Levels are Too Low?

    Low testosterone depressed male picture - LocateADoc.comTestosterone is a hormone that is responsible for stimulating sperm production, building muscle and bone mass, and sex drive. It is produced in the testicles and influences fat distribution, hair growth, bone density and red blood cell production for men.

  • What are the Pros and Cons of Antidepressants for Teenagers?

    Antidepressants for Teenagers Picture - LocateADoc.comThere was a time when mental ailments like depression were a concern only for grown-ups and middle-aged people. With the times changing as fast as they have, depression is no more confined to the mentioned groups. Modern lifestyle which includes changed environment at home, neighborhood, school and the peer group have taken their toll on the mental health of our children.

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  • Ask A Doctor Photos

    After looking at the top blog posts on LocateADoc.com in 2015 earlier this week, we also wanted to see what were the top 10 questions answered by the illustrious doctors participating on our Ask A Doctor panel.

  • Photo-of-myths-of-bipolar-disorder-LocateADoc

    Bipolar disorder is often called manic depressive disorder, and it is characterized by extreme shifts in mood -- not like the typical highs and lows others might experience on a good or bad day. These mood swings are so severe that they disrupt relationships and even a person's ability to hold down a job. Episodes can also include impulsive or reckless behavior and aggression. Only a psychiatrist can diagnose the disorder, and a combination of medication and therapy may be needed to manage it.