depression Millennials Are Less Healthy Than Previous Generations And That Could Hurt U.S. Economy By Ali Budner • Nov 11, 2019 Moody’s Analytics just looked at the economic consequences of a report by Blue Cross Blue Shield on millennial health. And it’s not good. Could Altitude Partially Explain Suicide, Mental Health Issues In The Mountain West? By Rae Ellen Bichell • Jul 18, 2019 The Mountain West has disproportionately high rates of depressive disorders and suicide. Researchers are trying to find out why. Turns out, the mountains themselves might have something to do with it. Idaho Physicians Turn To Early Screening For Depression By Gemma Gaudette • Jun 19, 2018 Listen Listening... / 11:08 St. Luke's Dr. Samuel Pullen and Megan Stright discuss the importance of early screening for depression with Idaho Matters on Tuesday, June 19, 2018. Efforts are being made to detect signs of depression in earlier stages. We talk with health care professionals about spotting the symptoms early on. On The Tuesday, June 19, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters: By Richard Copeland • Jun 18, 2018 Early screenings for depression. Holocaust education in Idaho. Insuring therapy for youths with autism. Boise's best hiking spots. Common Antidepressants May Be Less Effective At Higher Elevation, Study Says By Erik Neumann • Jun 5, 2018 Our region ranks in the top ten for suicide. A new study from the University of Utah shows there may be a reason for that.