Mental Health News Page 35

gamer
Which came first, the impulsiveness or the gaming? It seems that impulsive children with attention problems are drawn to video games, and kids withou...
consider this
Criticism of the new draft version of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders is already starting...
yuck
Stress has obvious and not so obvious side effects. Headaches and sleeplessness are common, but so are unseen effects like shortened telomere length....
spidey
The more afraid a person is of an object, the larger it appears. So if your thing is zombies, then when you see a zombie, it will appear to be ten fe...
stress
As if the recession wasn’t bad enough all by itself, it’s causing a 40% increase in work-related stress for as much as 25% of the workplace. Researche...
man
Young adult blacks are much less likely to seek out mental health supports than their white counterparts. This is true especially for blacks with hig...
family
Who you are can largely be defined by the personal interests you develop over a lifetime. Scientists now think that many personal interests may be ge...
hm
Song sung blue, everybody knows one. And they make us sad. Really sad. Quantifiably sad. Listening to sad music brings on a real, physiological sa...
agh
New research has shed some light on how the brain adapts to stress. There is pioneering evidence of a new mechanism of stress adaptation. This revel...
gym
Exercise makes you feel good. Really good, with surges of excitement and enthusiasm which last for days. “You don’t have to be the fittest person w...

 
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