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Access Health® nutrition experts join David Hardy, founder of Hardy Nutritionals® and Dr.
Kennedy Forum executive to address treating populations with mental health and substance abuse issue WASHINGTON, D.C.
- Teams of Veterans on Experiential Learning Challenges will form Cohorts to work together over the long term, including making better use of Veterans Administration mental health resources - Research
ARLINGTON, Va., Nov. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- High expectations, loneliness and stress can lead to the "Holiday Blues" during the season from Thanksgiving to New Year's.
SelfEcho's Mobile Therapy System Featured at the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) Annual Convention SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Nov.
OCONOMOWOC, Wis., Nov.
Randomized Controlled Trial Conducted at the Santa Casa de Sao Paulo School of Medicine in Brazil LOS ANGELES, Nov.
OCONOMOWOC, Wis., Nov. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), approximately 11 percent of adolescents have a depressive disorder by age 18.
Leaders Gather for "Let's Talk Solutions for the Future of Mental Health," November 20 WASHINGTON, Nov.
Mornings are the hardest for Evan Premer, although nights aren’t much easier. His sleep, wracked with nightmares of war and violence, has no consistent pattern, so he often wakes up feeling tired and overwhelmed. But he does have a game plan for feeling better: Once he rises from bed, he hits the road, turning up the music in his Jeep on his drive to a greenhouse in the small town of Firestone, Colorado.
Acrophobia, derived from the Greek: ákron, meaning "peak, summit, edge”, is an intense, irrational fear of heights. This is a somewhat common fear; between 2 and 5 percent of the general population suffer from a fear of heights, and twice the number of sufferers are female. Like most phobias, Acrophobia is generally attributed to a traumatic incident involving heights; however, recent studies have questioned this theory, due to the prevalence of this phobia. Some studies have suggested...
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