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arrow Health: A tireless battle

17-03-2011
GOOD parents support their children but exemplary parents stand by them during their darkest hour. And when that difficult period is a child’s frustrating struggle with mental illness, it’s parental support that takes him from a life of mere existence to a rewarding, fulfilling one.
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arrow Wanita Malaysia dihimpit kemurungan?

  14-03-2011
WANITA lebih mudah risau dan terdedah kepada kemurungan berbanding lelaki. Demikian kata Pakar Perunding Psikiatri Hospital Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur, Dr. Nor Hamidah Mohd. Salleh.
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arrow Health: Overstressed, under-appreciated

14-03-2011
WOMEN in Malaysia wear too many hats. Period. Unlike women in other countries, they multi-task big time, says Dr Paul Jambunathan, clinical psychologist and lecturer at Monash University, Sunway campus. And wearing too many hats leaves them open to the big S - stress.
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arrow Recognising personality disorder

  14-03-2011
Of sociopaths and psychopaths that affect our mental and physical well-being. TODAY, there are still many fanciful “secret societies” not dedicated to the betterment of mankind, and they’re growing in membership.
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arrow What’s Stopping You From Seeing a Doctor About Depression?

7-03-2011
Are you struggling with depression? Are you getting treatment for it? If not, you’re not alone. About two-thirds of people with major depression never seek appropriate treatment, and the consequences can be devastating: personal suffering, missed work, broken marriages, health problems and, in the worst cases, death.
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arrow Bright Light Eases Depression in Elderly People

  7-03-2011
Jan. 3, 2011 -- Exposure to bright light may ease symptoms of depression in elderly people. A new study shows that three weeks of bright light therapy using specially designed light boxes improved symptoms of depression by as much as 54% in older adults with depression.
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