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Brain aneurysms develop when the walls of an artery become weak, whether by one's behaviors or through something inherited. Most brain aneurysms form...
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It is possible to define religious belief as a mental disorder due to the similarities between their individual definitions. In some ways, religious...
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Most of us understand the pleasure derived from purchasing something we want. Our brain’s pleasure center loves novelty, and our positive anticipation...
Hidden Pictures film
Physician and Seattle-based filmmaker Delaney Ruston traveled around the world with her camera to document the individual stories behind mental illnes...
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Treatments for mental illness usually revolve around symptoms. This is not a problem only in psychiatry, of course, as most modern medicine tends to...
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Some of the falsehoods that circulate about our brains have grains of truth in them, while others are misrepresentations or misinterpretations of rese...
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The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) has announced that it will no longer be using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders...
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We know it is better for our physical and mental health to think positive thoughts instead of negative ones. What we might not realize is how quickly...
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One of the more common but less understood issues that many are dealing with today, especially with the number of mutli-tour front-line troops fightin...
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A new study has found that screening for suicide risk rarely tags those who commit suicide as having a high risk of doing so and those who are conside...
 
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