Mental Health News Page 35

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Children suffering from exposure to traumatic occurrences, like the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, need effective intervention to help them cope wit...
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As sure as pretty holiday paper will be strewn across the floor, you can be sure the sibs will be bickering over sharing and turn-taking. What might...
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Rumors are starting that the 20-year-old gunman in the Connecticut school shooting had Asperger’s syndrome, and people are wondering if there is some...
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New data show that during the past year, one in five U.S. adults experienced some kind of mental illness. These findings come from the Substance Abus...
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Anger is more than just a powerful emotion. It is also an agent that exacerbates emotional disorders like Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). No one...
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At the moment of exposure to extremely stressful situations, our brains change. The new trauma-related memories can loop in the brain, gain strength,...
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A study of 963 high school aged children found a high incidence of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms among the bullied students. Symptom...
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New research shows that people who stay up late working or playing on computers have a higher chance of developing depression and learning problems no...
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Like the rest of the world, 14% of Israel's population suffers from clinical depression. Many never seek treatment or advice, afraid of stigma and po...
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A new study shows that high levels of family stress in infancy are linked to differences in everyday brain function and anxiety in teen girls. This i...

 
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