Mental Health News Page 35

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Married people are happy. At least in the long run. According to a new study from Michigan State University scientists, they find that while married...
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Many teenagers who develop depression go on to have a secondary drug abuse problem. Researchers at Duke University wondered if you could treat depres...
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Sex and trauma: researchers want to know more, but in the course of investigating, victims are often re-victimized and an interview can be compromise...
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Bipolar disorder is a debilitating condition where individuals swing in mood from mania to depression. Cycles can last days or months. The suicide r...
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As many as two-thirds of people who experience stroke or transient ischemic attach (TIA) are not diagnosed for depression but are among the highest at...
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New guidelines are out for primary care providers and mental health specialists to help them manage the complex problem of childhood aggression. The...
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New research into the use of language finds that words imbued with positive emotional content are more frequently used in written communication. Thi...
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Exposure to today’s electronic media will, in the long run, make you feel bad about yourself. Unless you’re a white boy, then you’ll feel better. Th...
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Researchers from Aalto University and Turku PET Centre have revealed how experiencing strong emotions synchronized brain activity among individual peo...
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There may be a link between depression and dementia. A new report in Archives of General Psychiatry discloses a connection between people in mid-life...

 
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