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arrow Kecelaruan pemikiran

15-04-2008
Sikap terlalu percaya pada perkara mistik seperti amalan voodoo dan terkena buatan orang bukan saja memundurkan pemikiran manusia, malah ia juga mendedahkan seseorang itu kepada risiko maut.

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arrow Bullying - Sticks, stones and bullies

11-04-2008
It happens again and again. A young person, usually a boy, usually a teenager, but not always sometimes just a kid, sometimes a girl is driven to suicide by schoolyard bullying.
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arrow Terapi muzik berkesan pulih tekanan mental, perasaan

10-04-2008
Kajian dapati karya klasik Mozart bantu rawat kes trauma, gangguan emosi. Terapi muzik kedengaran asing pada sesetengah individu tetapi ia sebenarnya berguna untuk meredakan tekanan akibat kekangan waktu kerja, tersepit dalam pergolakan hidup berumahtangga atau stres menghadapi peperiksaan.
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arrow Dialogues - Information You Should Know about Depression

25-03-2008
Depression is a serious illness but it can be treated. Being persistent increases the chances of overcoming and recurrance of depression. Work together with your doctor and play an active role in treatment.

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arrow Teen risk factors for schizophrenia identified

6-03-2008
Five key factors can help predict whether at-risk young people will go on to develop schizophrenia, researchers have found.
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arrow Rapid effects of intensive therapy seen in brains of patients with OCD

15-02-2008
In a study that may significantly advance the understanding of how cognitive-behavioral therapy affects the brain, researchers have shown that significant changes in activity in certain regions of the brain can be produced with as little as four weeks of daily therapy in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
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