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Chronic Anxiety Tied to High Levels of Hormone
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More Talking with Parents May Protect Kids Against Later Alcohol Misuse
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A new study has found that children with greater communication with their parents in early adolescence have less harmful alcohol use and emotional eating in ...

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‘Team Mindfulness’ May Ease Conflict at Work
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While challenges and differences in opinion are inevitable when working as part of a team, new research has found that these conflicts can be reduced — or even ...

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Study: Minority Kids Underrepresented in Autism Diagnoses
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Although minorities are commonly overrepresented in special education in the U.S., a new study from the University of Kansas (KU) has found a stark exception: ...

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Fear of Guilt May Lead to Doubt in OCD
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A new Canadian study finds that, in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), a greater fear of guilt may evoke feelings of doubt in decision making. ...

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Vitamin D Boosts Brain Development, Weight in Malnourished Kids
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In a new international study, high doses of vitamin D were found to significantly boost weight gain and brain development in malnourished children.Vitamin D, ...

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Holding 2 Jobs May Incur A Cost At Home
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People who hold two jobs show as much engagement and performance in the workplace as their colleagues who have one job, according to a new study. However, dual ...

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Sharing Music Can Improve Parent-Child Bond
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New research suggests music can be a common thread to improve parent-child relationships, especially during adolescence. Parents may have to live with a little ...

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Brains of Youth with Conduct Disorder May be Wired Differently
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Young people with conduct disorder show a significantly reduced amygdala response to the emotions of others, according to a new MRI study published in the ...

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Communication Issues Among Kids With Autism May Lead to Self-Harm
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A new study discovers communication problems among children can lead to depression and increase the risk of self-harm and suicidal intent during ...

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3 Simple Ways to Bust Out of a Summer “Funk” – Talkspace Online Therapy Blog
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It seems almost everyone talks about how depressed they feel during short, dark winter days, but very few people discuss feeling down during in the summer. ...

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4 Ways to Know if it’s Sadness or Depression – Talkspace Online Therapy Blog
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It’s normal to feel a little down, stressed, or anxious every once in a while, as career and social pressures can fuel momentary bursts of sadness and make ...

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Is Drinking Making You Depressed? – Talkspace Online Therapy Blog
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Drinking has a firm foot in our culture, and it seems to fit any occasion. Having a birthday and turning 21, 30, or 50? Have a round on the house! Getting ...

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Is Depression Genetic? – Talkspace Online Therapy Blog
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By now most of us know the symptoms of major depression well: Loss of pleasure in favorite activities, irritability, significant weight gain or loss, changes ...

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A Guide to Not Being Miserable During the Winter Months – Talkspace Online Therapy Blog
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Even if you don’t have seasonal affective disorder or another kind of depression, it’s absolutely possible for you to feel the winter blues. Unless you’re ...

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