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Some pieces of the puzzle that we call schizophrenia came together for researchers at Duke University. It is hoped that the new insights will lead to...
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Though research on the health benefits of essential oils is limited, what exists indicates their use may relieve symptoms of anxiety and depression. T...
Psychotherapy
Probably one of the largest barriers to the treatment of depression is making the decision to seek help. Once you have made that decision, however, th...
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When stuck in depression's doldrum of fatigue, disinterest, and hopelessness, getting moving again might seem impossible. These five suggestions may h...
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Post-adoption depression syndrome, or PADS, describes the difficulty some adoptive moms and dads experience when idealized hopes of adoption do not ma...
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One thing we must do for good mind-body health is eat a varied diet of fresh, whole foods. If you experience symptoms of anxiety, high stress, or depr...
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Scientists may argue whether negative thinking causes or only contributes to depression and anxiety, but no one suggests chronic negative thinking is...
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Using the ancient Japanese touch therapy called Jin Shin Jyutsu can help us manage stress and balance our emotional energy. Each of our five fingers i...
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Many individuals who get through a major depressive episode relapse, sometimes more than once. The most common relapse prevention method has been the...
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We tend to think of light and dark as opposites in conflict. Many of our most popular movies are about the forces of light battling the forces of dark...

 
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