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arrow Mental Health Support in Aceh

23-03-2005
Psychiatry takes into consideration the socio-cultural background of the people that it serves. Ignoring this facet of the doctor-patient relationship will mean a practice that is at once lacking in quality as it is insensitive to the possible factors that would aid the healing process...
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arrow Facing the baby blues

20-03-2005
ALTHOUGH having a baby can be one of the biggest and happiest events in a woman’s life, it can also be hard and stressful at times. Many physical and emotional changes can occur to a woman after she gives birth...
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arrow Again and again and again?

6-03-2005
THE boy could not stop washing his hands; the woman could not stop checking the lock; the teacher feels compelled to count and recount when adding his students’ marks?...
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arrow Anger Management

7-02-2005
Ladies and gentleman, almost everyday we read in the newspaper of some violent incidents, which was the result of an angry situation. We read of anger shown on the road in the form of road rage and road bullying...
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arrow Stressed and traumatised

30-01-2005
Imagine driving on one of Malaysia’s highways with your family. You, a mother of three, decide to take over the driving from your husband, who has become a little bit drowsy after a three-hour drive...
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arrow Being manic and depressive

16-01-2005
Bipolar disorder, also known as “manic-depressive illness”, is a brain disease that causes people to have unusual shifts in their mood, energy and ability to function...
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