Study: Stomach Aches May Be Connected To Anxiety Disorder And Depression

“My stomach aches!” It really doesn’t matter if you are a parent, a grandparent, sibling, co-worker, or a friend…there is a pretty good chance that sometime in your life you’ve heard someone utter the phrase, “My stomach aches!” Depending on the circumstances the stricken person may indeed have a stomach problem – like food poisoning, appendicitis,...
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Study: Does Sleep Disruption Cause Anxiety Disorder Or Is Sleep Disruption A Byproduct Of Anxitety Disorder?

“You’ll feel better after a good night’s sleep!” There’s a pretty good chance that you’ve uttered this admonition either in conversation with a family member, a friend, a co-worker…or maybe, depending on your profession, with a patient. If you’re a parent, then you quickly learn how critically important sleep is for an infant and for new parents....
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New Study: Loneliness, Anxiousness, And Substance Use As Predictors Of FACEBOOK Use

Do you use Facebook? If you answered “no” to this question, then mathematically you are in the majority of the world population. In October 2011 the world population reached seven (7) billion; a recent count of the world population that uses Facebook is about one (1) billion. However, many experts will offer that hundreds of...
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MOOD WATCH: An APP That Empowers People Who Suffer From Mood Disorders

A black version of an emblem used by iOS app developers to indicate that something is available for download from the App Store. It has a image of an iPhone and reads “Available on the App Store”. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Keeping track of daily events… Do you live with a chronic or acute disease? Has...
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Warning To Doctors and Parents: Healthy Children Should Avoid “Study Drugs”

English: Even though the SAT or ACT is preferred in different places, all states offer both. According to the preference map, 24 states prefer the ACT, while slightly more, 26, prefer the SAT supercedes in place of File:Sat-act preference.PNG Source accessed March 18, 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Do you remember your SAT score? Depending on...
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Studies Highlight How Stress Can Affect Your Heart Health

“How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?” I can think of younger days when living for my life was everything a man could want to do. I could never see tomorrow, but I was never told about the sorrow. Barry and Robin Gibb, 1970 It is almost 43 years ago that Barry and Robin Gibb...
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Study: ADHD Lasts Into Adulthood And Can Be Coupled With Psychiatric Disorders

“Don’t worry; he’ll grow out of it!” If you are a parent, then you might remember your parent(s) or grandparent(s) offering you a comforting bit of wisdom when your child was repeating a negative behavior: “Don’t worry; he’ll grow out of it!” Sometimes the it was a simple thing like trying to ride the dog...
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New Study Seeks To Answer: “Are there long lasting psychiatric effects, a legacy, of being a bully or being bullied?”

Legacy defined Let’s learn about the word legacy. What occurs to you when you hear the word legacy? Does the word conjure positive images or negative images? For the record, it is an old word dating back to about 1325. As a noun, it is usually considered a legal word meaning a gift or bequest...
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Look For The “Silver Linings Playbook” ~ It Might Shine For You

Look For The Silver Lining Look for the silver lining When e’er a cloud appears in the blue. Remember some where the sun is shining, And so the right thing to do, Is make it shine for you. A heart, full of joy and gladness, Will always banish sadness and strife. So always look for...
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Parents: Are Your Children Bullying Others About Food Allergies And Obesity? You May Want To Think Twice About A New Year’s Resolution!

New Year’s Resolutions It is that time of year again when we all think about making a New Year’s resolution. Maybe the sculptor, Henry Moore, had the right idea when he said: I think in terms of the day’s resolutions, not the years’. As people in recovery know, it is always a good idea to...
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