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Shann had the honor of speaking with Steve Schlozman, MD about how the recent election has created anxiety for kids,...
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In Kyrgyzstan, it is known as "Ala Kachuu" or kidnapping for marriage.   Since Kyrgyzstan became an...
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I’ve talked about mood tracking before but, really, mood tracking starts with mood self-monitoring. In other words, there is...
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  Away for Easter weekend so I thought I'd run this for you instead.   Seems appropriate somehow.... It was...
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In this week's podcast we're responding to a listener who wants to know more about Ayurveda. You can find full details of...
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Despite his fame as a scientist, Henry Cavendish was painfully uncomfortable in social situations.  One early...
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According to a new review article published in the journal Psychology, Health, and Medicine, more than one billion children—...
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For all the importance we place on words, whether spoken or written, much of the communicating we do on a regular basis...
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I answer this question all the time: "How do I help someone with mental illness who denies their mental illness and won't...
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"When both my kidneys failed, my wife donated her kidney.   After 35 years, she finally gives me a gift."...
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