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09-29   Families with parental mental illness recover faster with family support programs

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A lot of attention is paid to dysfunctional families, parents with drug abuse or alcoholism and the effect it has on children and even the whole family. There is even loads of literature on how to take care of a child with such problems. However, one aspect that is not really paid much attention to […]


08-21   Eating disorder patients more likely to steal or commit other crimes, finds study

Eating disorders are common across the United States. According to the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA), about 20 million women and 10 million men suffer from an eating disorder at some point in their lives. Eating disorders are life-threatening conditions that affect an individual’s emotional as well as physical health. Now, a new study involving […]


07-28   International Day of Friendship: Finding ways to forge meaningful friendships under the cloud of SAD

A life bereft of genuine relationships or friendships holds no meaning. A recent study by Harvard researchers revealed that a person’s relationships and happiness in relationships have a big impact on his/her health as it helps delay mental and physical decline. However, for people suffering from social anxiety disorder (SAD), making friends is a monumental […]


05-19   Is ‘fear of missing out’ another form of social anxiety?

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Waking up from her slumber, sipping a nice hot cup of morning tea, her fingers scrolling through her Facebook feed and not flipping the pages of a newspaper was an integral part of Dorothy’s (name changed) life. She would carefully scan the status updates of all her friends. The 25-year-old, from Manhattan, still not out […]


02-24   Mild heart problems can increase anxiety and lead to a negative outlook on life

A study published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes found that individuals with mild heart conditions report feeling in poorer health, having heightened feelings of anxiety and having a poorer outlook on life than the general population. More than 500 individuals with mild heart disease and 1,300 without heart trouble were involved in the study. […]


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