Jessica Debnam

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The highs, lows of mental health

Mood disorders affect about 20 percent of the United States population in any given month, according to Mental Health America. Approximately 12 percent of the U.S. report experiencing symptoms two or more times a year. There are four mood disorders – depression, bipolar, seasonal affective disorder and mania. The most common of these is depression. The most misdiagnosed or undiagnosed is bipolar.

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Changing lives is no illusion

Lisa Perry is called The Illusionist because of the magical way she transforms women’s lives through their hair. At first, walking through the doors, Illusions by Lisa Perry may seem like any other beauty salon in Addison. However, after passing entire sections filled with framed magazine covers and red carpet pictures, there are noticeable differences.

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The power of mixing business with passion

A recent addition to the business world is the book titled Passion Power Play. Author LaShonda D. Campbell encourages others to read and apply certain tips in their everyday lives regarding business and passion in order to enjoy a life of “freedom, success, and profit.”

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Fort Worth center focuses on health

Cars filled with people of all ages pulled into the Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center on April 27 to attend the 11th Annual African American Health Expo in Fort Worth. There was no charge to attend the event, just smiling ladies and gentlemen asking the community to come inside.

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