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Anxiety in Adolescents: It Doesn’t Stop with Them

Anxiety in Adolescents: It Doesn’t Stop with Them

Adolescence is packed with right of passage, puberty, and other exciting life events. It is the time children become teens and teeter on the edge of adulthood. For adolescents with a generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), depression and anxiety are only a part of it....

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Migraines in Kids

Migraines in Kids

When your child is sick or in pain, there's nothing parents wouldn’t do to get them OK again. Children get many of the same conditions adults do, and migraines are no exception. Migraines run in families, but they can be challenging to recognize in your child even...

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Living with PTSD

Living with PTSD

Living with PTSD is like living in a constant state of fear, but through clinical research studies and increasing awareness, events offer new hope.

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Current Depression Treatment Just Not Enough?

Current Depression Treatment Just Not Enough?

More than 16 million adults in the U.S. have depression. While the majority of people who seek treatment experience improvement, one-third struggle to find lasting relief. Treatment-resistant depression is a major depression type and a nightmare for those who...

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Identifying Signs of Autism in Children

Identifying Signs of Autism in Children

Autism is a spectrum disorder that is the name for a broad range of medical conditions that exhibit challenges in social skills, communication, and repetitive behaviors. Autism affects everyone differently and in varying severity. It typically presents itself in...

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What is Borderline Personality Disorder?

What is Borderline Personality Disorder?

Around 14 million Americans have borderline personality disorder, yet it is frequently missed due to stigma, or misdiagnosed as other mental health conditions. BPD is not a judgment; it is a diagnosis.

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