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- Radically New Families and How They Are Becoming More Ordinary
- The Lifestyle that Correlates with Higher Anxiety
J U S T P U B L I S H E D
FDA Issues Safety Warning on Lunesta In mid-May of 2014, the FDA released a warning that eszopiclone (Lunesta) can cause next-day impairment when taken at the recommended target dose of 3 mg/ day. As a...
Last week I went to karaoke twice, the beach, and a show. I’m telling you this because I’m autistic, and I want to kill the idea that autistic people don’t...
I took my car in to have it’s oil changed today, I also went to the usual coffee shop I go to to do my work. In both instances I...
Before I jump into listing the signs, I want to emphasize that often people, who struggle with severe depression, may not find the willpower or desire to seek professional help...
Any child can be born into difficult circumstances but the children of celebrities face unique challenges. From virtually the moment she was born, Bobbi Kristina Brown, was surrounded by addiction...
Children with DiGeorge syndrome, a disorder characterized by the deletion of several genes on the 22nd chromosome, have a significantly higher risk of developing either psychosis or autism spectrum disorder. […]
New research suggests the specific language used by parents to talk to their babies appears to help the child better understand the thoughts of others when they get older. Psychologists […]
Researchers are learning that effective strategies to reduce childhood obesity must go beyond strong nutritional policies in schools and a reduction in TV or screen time. In fact, a new […]
Emerging research explains how a suspenseful movie can trigger physical and perceptual changes in our body. As an example, the movies of Alfred Hitchcock have made palms sweat and pulses […]
Active, affluent people over age 50 in the U.K. appear to be at greater risk for harmful drinking behaviors than their less successful peers, according to a new study published […]