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Anxiety and Overcoming Failure to Launch Syndrome
When overcoming debilitating anxiety in young adults, what matters most is not just an improvement according to a diagnostic manual (known as “syndromal improvement”) but also functional improvement. In essence: Has the young adult’s life improved in ways that he[…]
Digging Deeper Into Recovery
The Resilience Regiment speaks with Kevin Granich at Morningside Recovery.
Making Every Day Count
We spend so much time planning way ahead for our future. Yet, all we can ever be sure of is the day in which we find ourselves. This article is a reminder to honor each day and night of every[…]
Pushing Past Creative Burnout: Baby Steps
After consulting a couple of life and career coaches, I'm starting the work of loving my work again.
How to Learn to Love Networking
We all want to connect at a deep level. The only question is, how do you find the magical portal to the deep stuff?
African-American, Latino citizens at increased risk of mental health issues
Two new UCLA studies identify five environmental factors that put African-American, Latino and Hispanic people at greater risk of psychological problems.
Economic recessions may have an impact on suicide and self-harm rates
Two new studies publishing in the International Journal of Epidemiology have examined associations between economic downturns and rates of suicide.
Individuals with social phobia have too much serotonin
Previous studies have led researchers to believe that individuals with social anxiety disorder/social phobia have too low levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin.
Link between panic attacks and heart disease discovered
People who suffer from panic disorder are almost half as likely to develop heart disease later in life than those who do not, according to new research.
One in 5 young venous thromboembolism patients require psychotropic drugs within 5 years
Mental health problems requiring psychotropic medication are double that of healthy peersEuroHeartCare is the official annual meeting of the Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied...
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