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anxious teen
Harsh Parenting May Lead to Anxiety Disorders There has been on ongoing debate amongst parents for decades as to whether or not disciplinary methods s...
violence
There is often a fear that individuals with certain types of mental illness such as schizophrenia are more likely to engage in violent acts than indiv...
meditating
Mind and body exercises, such as yoga, guided meditation, dance, music, and Tai Chi have helped many individuals reduce stress, feel calmer, and handl...
yoga
If you’ve ever practiced yoga, or known someone who does, then you may have experienced or heard about its many benefits. Those who practice it relig...
infant
Anxiety and depression can take quite a toll on a person, both emotionally and physically. Unfortunately, new research suggests that for pregnant wom...
blood pressure
Researchers at Michigan State University recently found a correlation between psychiatric illness and hypertension. According to the study, approxima...
chocolate
It’s long been known that chocolate is a great comfort food. People eat it when they’re happy, sad, lonely, and bored. Recent research conducted by...
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Bipolar disorder is a serious psychiatric illness that affects approximately 2.6 percent of those 18 or over in the U.S., according to the National In...
forest
If you are like many nature lovers, it may be because being outdoors in nature helps you feel calmer, happier, and less stressed. Apparently, there i...
burger
In this high-tech day and age, just about everything you can imagine can be found in virtual form, including food. Interestingly, a recent study cond...
 
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