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FOX CTPresident Roosevelt was trying to reassure us when he told us we had nothing to fear but fear itself. If you've studied Panic Disorder, that doesn't really sound reassuring anymore. Panic Disorder starts with an attack of extreme anxiety, one that...
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A recently published study in the American Journal of Psychiatry took a look at the relationship between fatigue and depression in teenagers. Though fatigue is often thought to be a symptom of depression, the study showed that may not always be the case....
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Last fall, Kirk Crawley was heading east on Interstate 64 toward the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel to visit family. The 30-year-old Newport News man had made the trip countless times. But over the last few years, something was starting to happen, and this...
CareerBuilderJerry Seinfeld once quipped, “According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right? This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re...
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Premium Health News ServiceDEAR MAYO CLINIC: My son, 8, is very afraid of thunderstorms. Even when it's not raining he's constantly worried about the next storm. He often asks me for the weather forecast and won't go outside if it's cloudy. What can I do to help him overcome his...
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The daughter of Holocaust survivors, Toby Glickman finds it impossible to waste even a morsel of food. Geri Emalfarb remembers how her parents wouldn't allow her out after dark. And Yonit Hoffman recalls the numbing sense of loss and sadness triggered...
Many days, the sheer weight of Iszurette Hunter's clinical depression becomes more than she can lift. She clings to her bed in her South Los Angeles home. Important obligations slide away, including keeping appointments with doctors who are trying to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- It is that time of the year: severe weather season. The longer we live in this part of the world, the more likely it is we will encounter dangerous weather. For many of us, that may result in a generalized fear of thunderstorms. "I...
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email@example.comNorma Sauer has no short-term memory, doesn’t know her address or phone number and constantly asks the whereabouts of her mother, father and siblings, who are all deceased. She paces throughout the house, often is easily distracted and can...
If you suspect you’re not getting enough sleep, you’re probably right: A new survey says 83% of Americans don’t get a good night’s sleep on a consistent basis. Why not? Stress and anxiety were cited as the top reason by 48% of...
The Roanoke Times, Va.Every morning during breakfast before the school day starts, my 6-year-old daughter and I pore over the comics section of this newspaper. I read the funnies to her, usually sticking to the kid-friendly "Red and Rover," "Garfield," "Family Circus" and...
Seattle TimesBefore I had my first white hair, I took good health for granted, but I've since developed a taste for health tips extracted from the latest scientific research. It seems that recreational marijuana use, newly legal in Washington, might also be...
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