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Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellows have written, produced, and published works related to mental illnesses and reducing stigma. Relevant articles and projects completed both during and after each journalist's fellowship year may be found within the archives.

1 Aug 2006
More Than Just a Bad Day

We've all had days when even getting out of bed is a mission. But where does a bad day end and depression start?
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1 May 2006
How Lillian Beat Depression

She has been on our TV screens for years, from Generations to Soul City, and now Mponeng on SABC 2. But behind the jokes lies a secret that Lillian Dube took years to tell. Here, we talk to this TV veteran about her battle with depression, and how she beat it.
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1 May 2006
Children in Crisis

Every kid goes through 'bad days,' but what do you do when your child seems to be sinking deeper into depression each day?
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1 May 2006
When the Mind Causes Pain

For most people pain is sorted out with a pill, but for many their agony goes much deeper.
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21 Mar 2006
Study Finds Link Between Mother, Child Depression

Children whose mothers are depressed are themselves at increased risk for depression, anxiety disorder, or other mental-health problems during childhood. New research shows that treating the depression of mothers can significantly alleviate children's depression.
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