In: Depression

Oxytocin as Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder

“Scientists at Scripps Research and National Institute on Drug Abuse discovered that oxytocin could block the desire to consume more alcohol…

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Maternal Mental Health Awareness Day

May 1st is National Maternal Mental Health Awareness Day and the first week of May is dedicated to Maternal Mental Health,…

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Warning Signs of Behavioral Disorders

Behavior disorders involve a pattern of aggressive or disruptive actions that last longer than six months, and the behavior is also…

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Eight Habits that Can Be Warning Signs of a Mental Health Disorder

Mental health disorders can often be difficult to spot and may take years to diagnosis because they have a plethora of…

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Borderline Personality Disorder Linked With Drug Addiction

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a complex and severe mental illness that is characterized by poor interpersonal relationships, mood instability, and…

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A Dangerous Son: Shedding Light on Mental Illness in Today’s Youth

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), approximately one in five youth ages 13–18 (21.4%) experiences a severe mental…

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United Nations World Health Day

World Health Day is an annual event on April 7th designed to draw attention to particular priorities in global health. Examples…

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World Bipolar Day March 30th

World Bipolar Day March 30th “The vision of World Bipolar Day is to bring world awareness to bipolar disorders and to…

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Risk Factors and Warning Signs: Is Your Teenager Depressed?

George Livengood, Assistant National Director of Operations, Discovery Mood and Anxiety Program   Sadness. Irritability. Withdrawal from friends. Weight loss. Depression can reveal itself…

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Perfectionism and Anxiety: How Perfectionism Can Increase Anxiety

Perfectionism does not necessarily sound like an undesirable trait. In our culture, it is desirable and commendable to strive to do…

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