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A new study shows that veterans of all ages benefit from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for depression (CBT-D) when they have been diagnosed with the c...
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In spite of their long history, probiotics are enjoying newfound popularity as a nutritional supplement. By now, most people have seen probiotics adve...
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In the past 13 years, 217,409 incidents of anxiety disorders were diagnosed among the active component of the U.S. Armed Forces, according to data fro...
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Scientists in Australia are working on a brain implant that could help treat some forms of mental illness. The implant would provide stimulation and d...
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A final rule issued by the Obama administration on Friday requires insurers to treat mental health and substance abuse problems the same way they do p...
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New studies are stressing the importance of healthy lifestyle choices in treating depression and the effects of aging. The research focused on the e...
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In a statement last week, the American Psychiatric Association recanted the phraseology used to describe pedophilia. When the Diagnostic and Statist...
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In a recent study, patients who used an interactive computer program about depression prior to seeing their primary care physician were twice as likel...
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Yale researcher Jadon Webb and his colleagues have found that people with mental illnesses, specifically psychotic disorders like schizophrenia, are m...
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Prescription-based narcotic painkillers have long been known to reduce pain, but new reports suggest that there is a link between chronic use of these...

 
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