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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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A clinical trial for treatment of insomnia and depression has concluded and findings were reported at the joint meeting of the American Academy of Sle...
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A new article, sure to be controversial, was published in Biological Psychiatry, Volume 76, Issue 4, titled Reconsolidation of Human Memory: Brain Mec...
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Singer and actor Demi Lovato has joined the Mental Health Listening and Engagement Tour to help raise awareness about mental health. Lovato has been o...
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According to the World Health Organization, businesses lose up to $44 billion annually due to depression alone, most of that from reduced work perform...
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A Doctoral student at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand is investigating micronutrients as a possible treatment for children with attention...
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No one can argue that losing weight isn’t good for your physical health. But does it really make you happy? A new study finds that people who lost 5...
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In the Laurence Livermore Laboratory's Center for Bioengineering, scientist Sat Pannu and his team are working on devices that look like long strings...
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A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine finds that children with autism have small patches in their cerebral cortex where neuron arra...

 
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