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Approximately 11% of teens in the US between 13 and 18 years old have suffered from severe depression at some point in their young lives. Researchers...
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We joke about it – the time in life when you do outrageous, not age appropriate, things. Impulsive behavior and risk taking. Trade in the minivan fo...
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A Fox News contributor, Chris Kilham, mentioned a growing phenomenon called "nature phobias." These are people who are, literally, afraid of nature be...
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A phenomenon called "receptive joint attention" - following someone's gaze or finger point - is known to be compromised in some mental disorders such...
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Mindfulness is a mind-body approach to life that helps people to relate directly to their experiences. It is the effort to be continuously present in...
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February is American Heart Month and the American Heart Association's Circulation has found that heart attack survivors are three times more likely to...
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The FDA sees no difference between brand-name drugs and generic medications for depression. Most psychiatrists believe the drugs are interchangeable...
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A new study from Australia says that children born of fathers who are aged 29 or more are more likely to have mental illnesses than are children of yo...
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Treatment of depression before any apparent signs of cardiovascular disease can decrease the risk of future heart attacks and strokes by almost half....
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Sharing your feelings of stress with someone who has a similar emotional reaction to the same situation reduces levels of stress more than sharing wit...

 
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