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The Canadian Institute for Health Information has reported a 42 percent increase in eating disorders among girls aged 10-19 years over the past two ye...
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A study in the Journal of Health Psychology found that the more forgiving people are, the fewer symptoms of mental disorders they experience. The rese...
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A blood test could be used to diagnose depression, according to doctors who say specific chemicals appear in the blood of those with the mental health...
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Obsessive compulsive disorder is associated with higher risk of schizophrenia in a new study published last week by Danish researchers. The study foun...
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Remember that "silence hurts us all" as September unfolds. The official Suicide Prevention Month, September reminds us of this pervading symptom of so...
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Medical marijuana could be used to treat and prevent schizophrenia, if a new compound found in marijuana tested on young Australians proves to work on...
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Pediatricians are urging secondary and middle schools to delay start times until 8:30 am or later to give teenagers more time to sleep. They say it im...
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New Canadian research suggests that soldiers who enter the military with a history of mental illness are at higher risk of post-traumatic stress disor...
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Singer and actress Demi Lovato spoke out about her bipolar disorder during the Surviving to Thriving Conference this month, noting that the disorder i...
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Jet lag, along with dementia and other sleep disorders, may be a thing of the past, since scientists recently discovered the gene that causes the cond...

 
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