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arrow Children's Sleep: Time For A Wake-Up Call

15-12-2011
Except for a handful of forward-thinking school districts, the continuing resistance to starting high school later to accommodate the biological time clocks of teenagers speaks to the attitudes of the adults in charge of our children.
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arrow Breastfeeding problems tied to moms' depression

  13-12-2011
(Reuters Health) - New moms who have particular difficulty breastfeeding may be at greater risk of postpartum depression, a new study suggests. The findings, reported in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology, do not prove that breastfeeding problems are the cause of depression
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arrow Leading a double life

2-12-2011
Bipolar disorder is characterised by extreme fluctuations in mood, between elation and depression. ALL humans experience mood changes in daily life, and these are usually transient.
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arrow Early abortions don't trigger psychiatric problems

  2-12-2011
(Reuters Health) - Women who have had a first-trimester abortion are no more likely to seek psychiatric care after the procedure than before -- but the risk of a mental health problem increases if the woman gives birth, new research shows.
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arrow Talk therapy may ease OCD in kids

24-11-2011
(Reuters Health) - Adding talk therapy to medication helps some kids and teens with obsessive-compulsive disorder, according to a new study.
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arrow Suicidal teens and youth

  24-11-2011
Teenagers today are compulsive and impulsive. They live in the world that requires them to do things quickly. Ironically, when they canít solve their problems, some of them want the easy way out: suicide.
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