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A new disorder listed in the fifth edition of the Diagnostics and Statistics Manual (DSM-5) may lead to better treatment options for millions globally...
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Cities should encourage the development of green spaces. A new study finds that there are significant and sustained improvements in mental health as...
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The link between mental illness and substance abuse has been long accepted as real, but not as substantiated or well-understood as it could have been....
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A new study says that quitting drugs without treatment can result in mental decline. The animal-based study was conducted at the Georgetown University...
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A new study from Loughborough University shows that the way parents manage mealtimes is linked to lower levels of eating disorders in teenagers. Perce...
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Relaxation programs involving meditation offer a benefit to people with a medical condition. Meditation can offer some people with depression the same...
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Decision Calculus Associates, a research and survey firm, has released a new study commissioned by CNS Response, a clinical decision support company,...
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The more maternity leave a woman receives, the better protected she will be from postpartum depression, according to a new study. The study, led by Dr...
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For caregivers in the UK, the holidays are not a time to relax and enjoy family away from the responsibilities of work. Instead, a new study reveals t...
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It may be better to tell yourself to get excited rather than calm down if you suffer from performance anxiety. Just saying the words “I am excited” o...

 
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