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This article was written exclusively for BrainPhysics.com by Steve Hazen. It all started when I met a man who was a cult leader. I am a Christian, and...
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One of the more difficult things about living with symptoms of OCD, or any mental health diagnosis, is walking under a cloud of guilt or shame. After...
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According to the Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted (SENG) foundation, misdiagnosis of mental illnesses in children who are considered gifted is...
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Mental illness often begins at an early age, though detection may not lead to a diagnosis until later in life. Children are difficult to diagnose be...
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Mirror movement disorder is a neurological disorder in which voluntary movements made by one side of the body are mimicked involuntarily by the other...
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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is not a new phenomenon, but it is a growing one both inside and outside of military service. Recent studies h...
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Those of you who are interested in what goes on in the brain related to OCD symptoms may be curious about the findings of a couple of neuropsychiatris...
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[Originally published at Overtime by The Hockey Writers] Neurologists describe a concussion as a neurometabolic cascade. I hear that term and I fall i...
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In Part 1 of this article, we looked at how government inaction and a lack of federal input despite laws requiring insurers offer parity in mental hea...
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Back in 2008, the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (or Mental Health Parity Act) passed Congress and required group health insurance cove...
 
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