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Ever wonder why our natural reaction to things that are too cute is often a visceral sort of violence? Dads who observe their children being overly...
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New information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that those with a mental illness are 70 percent more likely to be smok...
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Our pets mean a lot to us. It's well-established that pet owners generally have higher morale and well-being than do those who do not have pets. Mos...
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Support groups provide a forum for open and honest communication among people connected by similar experiences. The solace of a support group can be...
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When the new edition of the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5 or 5th edition) releases i...
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Eating disorders, especially anorexia, appear to be increasing among men in Canada, studies are showing. Clinical samples are showing one in 15 to 20...
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A new group of researchers studying mental illness and its root causes are calling into question the commonly held belief that schizophrenia (and by i...
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After the deaths of students and teachers in Newtown, Connecticut, following the recent shootings in a theater in Aurora, Colorado, the public debate...
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The U.S. National Institute of Mental Health recognizes the following five anxiety disorder types. Generalized Anxiety Disorder Generalized anxiety di...
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Nail biting is an impulse control disorder, according to the DSM-IV-R. Technically known as onychophagia, it is characterized by the equal biting of a...
 
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