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While I was at the Johns Hopkins Mood Disorders Research and Education Symposium, I spoke with some of the researchers currently conducting studies for: major depression, bipolar disorder, and pregnancy. Here are more details and contact information if you are interested in participating. Being part of a study is a wonderful way of contributing toward better...
We’ve come a little way in reducing the stigma that’s associated with mental illness, but not nearly far enough. Consider these results pulled from a public attitude survey in Tarrant County, Texas, conducted by the county’s Mental Health Connection and the University of North Texas in Denton to determine the community’s view of mental illness: More than 50 percent...
In his bestselling book Anatomy of an Illness, the late Saturday Review editor Norman Cousins tells how he overcame a debilitating illness (ankylosing spondylitis) by taking massive intravenous doses of Vitamin C and laughing while watching Candid Camera and various comic films. He maintains that his recovery was accelerated by self-induced bouts of laughter. Research indicates...
Healing herbs have played a part in both traditional and non-traditional forms of medicine dating back at least 5000 years. They have been used by physicians and healers of various cultures and civilizations throughout time to soothe the nervous system and protect the body from stress and anxiety. Whether you have a full-blown anxiety disorder...
Although American poet T. S. Eliot didn’t have an advanced psychology degree, I think he nailed the reasons why so many people get depressed and anxious in the spring in his classic poem, “The Waste Land.” He writes, “April is the cruelest month, breeding lilacs out of the dead land, mixing memory and desire, stirring...
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