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Source: BBC

The macs that make you melancholy

Tuesday 08:05 GMT

"Melancholy is an essential part of being a human being, and you shouldn't fight it," says founder Alexander Stutterheim. "And that is the analogy with the raincoat, you should go out and embrace the rain, enjoy it."

Fast forward to today, and the raincoats - sold with the strapline "Swedish melancholy at its driest" - are sold around the world via the firm's website, from retailers in 29 countries, and at Stutterheim's own physical stores in Stockholm and New York.

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Source: CBS News

Ex-Browns QB Johnny Manziel says he has bipolar disorder

Tuesday 11:48 GMT

It's comeback season (technically "Comeback SZN") for Johnny Manziel right now, and the free agent quarterback, who spent the last two years getting his life together after multiple off-field issues, is making a number of public appearances as he does his best to convince an NFL team to give him a second chance. Notably on Monday morning, Manziel appeared on a "Good Morning America" segment in which he told the world he is bipolar and trying to make a comeback after his "huge downfall."

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Source: BBC

How social media shapes my depression – for better and worse

Wednesday 07:01 GMT

It’ll come as little surprise, then, that making any general conclusions on how social media and depression interact is precarious.

Several studies since 2010, for example, have provided evidence that more frequent social media usage – in particular Facebook – can be associated with depression, or at least depression-like symptoms. In 2016, a study of 1,787 people aged between 19 and 32 in the US found a relationship between how long people spent on social media sites each day and the number of depressive symptoms they experience.

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Source: NBC News

White, rich men are the least depressed; poor women the most

Wednesday 15:29 GMT

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, early childhood trauma, genetics, major life changes, medical conditions and substance abuse can all cause or worsen depression.

Between 2013 and 2016, 5.5 percent of men reported having had symptoms of depression, compared to 10.4 percent of women. “Depression was lower among non-Hispanic Asian adults, compared with Hispanic, non-Hispanic black, or non-Hispanic white adults,” the researchers wrote.

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Source: NBC News

White, rich men are the least depressed; poor women the most

Wednesday 15:29 GMT

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, early childhood trauma, genetics, major life changes, medical conditions and substance abuse can all cause or worsen depression.

Between 2013 and 2016, 5.5 percent of men reported having had symptoms of depression, compared to 10.4 percent of women. “Depression was lower among non-Hispanic Asian adults, compared with Hispanic, non-Hispanic black, or non-Hispanic white adults,” the researchers wrote.

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Source: Washington Post

Fla. shooting suspect had a history of explosive anger, depression, killing animals

Saturday 05:10 GMT

David Weingrad in Long Island, N.Y.; Lori Rozsa and Tim Craig in Parkland, Fla.; and Jennifer Jenkins, Moriah Balingit, Fred Barbash, Kyle Swenson and Samantha Schmidt in Washington contributed to this report.

Cruz started selling knives out of a lunchbox, Mutchler said, posting on Instagram about guns and killing animals, and eventually “going after one of my friends, threatening her.”. Mutchler recalled Cruz getting suspended from school repeatedly, before he was expelled last school year.

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Source: Fox News

Trump slams FBI over 'missed signals' on Florida shooting, asserts Russia was distraction

Sunday 14:30 GMT

They are still dissatisfied with its decision not to charge Hillary Clinton with crimes related to her use of a private email server, and they see signs of bias in special counsel Robert Mueller's probe of possible Trump campaign ties to Russia.

President Donald Trump urged the FBI to “get back to the basics” Saturday night after an embarrassing series of mistakes in connection with the Parkland, Fla., massacre. “Very sad that the FBI missed all of the many signals sent out by the Florida school shooter,” the president tweeted late Saturday.


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