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Scientists already know how important our gut bacteria is for physical and mental well being. Earlier research showed that microbes in our gastrointes...
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When we are stressed, and maybe coping with symptoms of anxiety, OCD, or other mental health disorder, eating well can become a challenge. Yet, eating...
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Parents of children with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) may sometimes wonder if other families dealing with OCD struggle with the same issues the...
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While obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) research, especially small pilot studies, can generate more questions than answers, they often point to what...
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The risk for suicide among those with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) has traditionally been considered low. Now, a Swedish study suggests that pe...
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Girls in the juvenile justice system are twice as likely to report past physical abuse than are boys in the system, and 35 percent of young female off...
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Most people know that perinatal and postpartum depression are sudden onsets of depressive symptoms in women during or following childbirth. Lesser kno...
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Some children display repetitive behaviors such as lining up their toys before going to bed, or arranging food on their plate in a very specific way....
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People with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) frequently feel shame or guilt about being locked in a pattern of anxious thought and ritualistic beha...
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Nutritional interventions are a generally safe and effective tool for addressing symptoms of depression, anxiety, and other psychological disorders, y...
 
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