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Manny is a 43-year-old cybersex addicted construction worker. Fifteen months ago he started going to Sex Addicts Anonymous meetings. For the next year, his behaviors did not change and his...
There are many myths floating around about psychoanalysis and you may be wondering what is true and what isn’t. Not everyone wants to immerse themselves into the psychoanalytic journey of deeper...
No one knows who can fix all that ails our society: the poverty and crime and depression and addiction, the schizophrenia, the family friction, the corporate practices that make us...
I don’t watch much television. I am more of a music chick. I do watch the show “Secret and Lies” on ABC. The story revolves around a young boy’s murder...
New mechanisms have been uncovered in the development of an aggressive form of dementia called frontotemporal dementia. This is the third most common form of early-onset dementia, often beginning in […]
A new multi-year study of detained youth finds that most psychiatric disorders, including depression, do not predict future violent behavior. Northwestern Medicine researchers believe the findings are especially timely given recent […]
Emerging research suggests about one in 14 toddlers diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) will improve and no longer meet the diagnostic criteria in elementary school. However, investigators determined most […]
Kindergartners who watch just one hour of TV a day are at greater risk for becoming overweight or obese compared to those who watch TV for less than 60 minutes […]
Technological advances have led to the unprecedented use of mobile devices, even among young children. Although smartphones and tablets have become part of everyday life, many parents worry that this […]