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Psych Central News Aug 2, 2015 - Exercises that help increase self-control, such as mindfulness meditation, can decrease the unconscious influences that motivate a person to smoke, according to a new review published in the journal Trends […]
Psych Central News Aug 2, 2015 - A new quick blood test may be able to diagnose traumatic brain injury (TBI) and even determine its severity, according to a new study published in the Journal of Neurotrauma. […]
Psych Central News Aug 2, 2015 - Not only do major hurricanes create devastation in their immediate wake, but they also cause lingering damage, both materially and emotionally, that can remain for years to come. These after-effects […]
Google Mental Health News Aug 2, 2015 - When I'm not writing books, I work for a youth charity website, TheSite.org, and mental health relapse is something we deal with daily: the feeling that you've somehow let yourself down, that you've not been strong enough. The horrible fear that you're ...
Medical News Today Mental Health Aug 2, 2015 - After studying mice with abnormal body clocks, researchers have identified a gene that they consider to be the master controller of circadian rhythms.
Google Mental Health News Aug 2, 2015 - Upton told the National Journal that he and Pallone simultaneously had the same idea: “I said, 'I want to talk to you a little bit about mental health and what I want to do with it, and work with you.' … He said, 'That's exactly what I was coming over ...MDH: Mental health center adds primary care to become health care homeECM Publishersall 2 news articles »
Google Mental Health News Aug 1, 2015 - Medical News Today LONDON (Reuters) - People caught up in a nuclear disaster are more likely to suffer severe psychological disorders such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder rather than any harm from radiation, scientists said on Friday. Factors such as ...Modern nuclear disasters: biggest risk is mental, not physical illnessMedical News Todayall 80 news articles »
Google Mental Health News Aug 1, 2015 - There are a number of other mental health benefits that come with regular exercise. One is a boost in self-esteem and confidence from attaining fitness goals (and possibly from being happier with your appearance). It can also help you from worrying and ...