Demi Lovato
EXCLUSIVE: Demi Lovato on her Comeback: "I'm Proof That It's Possible to Get Better"
By Lee Hernandez | 08/15/2011 - 14:30

On Thursday, August 18th, Demi Lovato will be performing at VH1’s annual “Do Something! Awards,” which honors young “world-changers” and the celebs who inspire them.

Demi Lovato Shines at 2011 Do Something Awards


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Demi Lovato Premieres Music Video for "Skyscraper"
By Latina Staff | 07/14/2011 - 09:30

Demi Lovato has opened up recently about her long struggle with depression, eating disorders and self-mutilation, which all came to a head when  the former Disney star checked herself into a Chicago area rehabilitation center last year. Lovato was released in January and since then has thrown herself into her music.


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Demi Lovato: "I Was Lying to Everyone About Eating and About Being Happy"
By Amaris Castillo | 07/13/2011 - 11:45

Yesterday we reported that Demi Lovato’s new single “Skyscraper” was dropping.  The video for the song premieres tonight on E! News at 7pm ET/PT. The 18-year-old former Disney star has struggled through a lot this year, having spent time in a rehabilitation center last November for emotional and physical issues.


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Latinas Who Have Conquered Their Demons
Latino Stars Who Have Conquered Their Demons
By Mariela Rosario | 04/21/2011 - 18:00

Demi Lovato recently admitted that she is struggling with bipolar disorder and her first big TV interview since entering a Chicago-area rehab clinic to fight her self-destructive urges is airing tomorrow on ABC news. Over the last few weeks, we’ve been really impressed by Demi’s openness and honesty about the mental and emotional issues she is fighting. These are problems so many young women suffer with in silence and for her to put a face to something so personal is truly brave.


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Depression During Pregnancy: Everything You Need to Know
By BabyCenter | 02/15/2009 - 15:27

Although pregnancy is often portrayed as a time of great joy, that's not the reality for all women. At least one in ten pregnant women suffers from bouts of depression. Hormonal changes can also make you feel more anxious than usual. Anxiety is another condition that can and should be treated during pregnancy.


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