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You and Your Anxious Child: Free Your Child from Fears and Worries and Create a Joyful Family Life

April 8, 2016

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You and Your Anxious Child: Free Your Child from Fears and Worries and Create a Joyful Family Life by Anne Marie Albano, Ph.D. — Anxiety affects more children and teens than any other psychiatric illness, but it is also the most treatable emotional disorder. Some 25 percent of children and adolescents will suffer an anxiety […]

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Getting Old Without Getting Anxious: A Book for Seniors, Loved Ones and Caregivers

May 31, 2015

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Getting Old Without Getting Anxious: A Book for Seniors, Loved Ones and Caregivers by Peter V. Rabins, M.D., with Lynn Lauber — Rabins explains that experiencing life as an older person does not have to mean living in fear and gives information that will help anxious patients and their caregivers learn how to cope with […]

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Anxiety and Panic Attacks

February 10, 2015

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Anxiety and Panic Attacks by Larry Wilson, M.D. —  Anxiety is a very uncomfortable feeling of nervousness, irritability or foreboding about the future. Panic attacks, also known as anxiety attacks, are sudden drastic increases in anxiety to the point where one may have trouble breathing, muscles tighten, pulse rate increases and one may collapse, or […]

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Overcoming anxiety

August 11, 2014

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Overcoming anxiety by Dr. Alan Christianson According to the Anxiety Disorders Association of America (2010), more than 40 million American adults suffer from anxiety. Anxiety can cause an almost limitless number of symptoms. These can include a racing heart, numbness and tingling of the hands and feet, headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, joint pain, insomnia, fatigue, […]

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Nutrition and Mental Health

May 29, 2014

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Nutrition and Mental Health by Dr. Larry Wilson — Nutritional and lifestyle factors play a critical role in emotional as well as physical health. In fact, the root of many problems can be a nutritional imbalance. This article is a brief introduction to some major nutritional imbalances related to depression, anxiety and ADHD. These include […]

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Resolving the traumas of life

November 22, 2013

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by Stephanie Levitt —  Trauma is everywhere. We bear witness to it on our TV screens as we see the aftermath of a horrendous school shooting and worry about the safety of our own children. We hear stories about wars, people being killed, raped and tortured, and we have friends or family who are in […]

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Honoring relationship boundaries

November 17, 2013

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by Lori Rubenstein —  While it is easy to buy into the idea that children need boundaries and that they feel safe and loved when firm boundaries are present, we do not hold the same beliefs in love partnerships. Instead, we have a tendency to become so enmeshed that we lose ourselves, not knowing where […]

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An IBS investigation

August 23, 2013

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by Diana Wiggins and Julie Oppenheimer —  What is it about those detective shows like CSI, 48 Hours or even House that have us tuning in every week for a new episode? For most people, it is the armchair detective work that we can do from our living rooms — participating in thinking through the […]

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Secret formula to be happy and lean

August 18, 2013

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by Dr. Alan Christianson —  The secret formula to being happy and lean is 70-100 mg/dl — that is it. Now that you know the secret, here are more details. The numbers reflect the ideal range of your blood sugar. When there is too little, your brain and muscles cannot work at their best. When […]

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Pain is inevitable, worry is optional

August 11, 2013

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by Wendy Boorn —  It has been said that “worrying is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but it gets you nowhere.” Anxiety is an epidemic in today’s unpredictable times. Whether concerns are about unstable weather patterns and the effects of climate change, terrorist attacks, the polarity in Congress, political unrest […]

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Social Media Addiction

July 7, 2013

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by Dr. Larry Wilson — Social networking sites such as Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and dozens of others allow people to stay in touch as never before. However, some people spend so much time on these sites that it begins to interfere with their lives. Psychologists are referring to this as a social networking compulsion or […]

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The stress effect and reduction techniques

June 20, 2013

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Your body is designed to experience stress and react appropriately. Stress will put you in fight-or-flight mode, alert and ready to avoid danger. The body also experiences physiologic responses, such as increased heart and respiratory rates, to enable immediate action. However, increased incidences of illness can develop if these physiologic changes are not restored to […]

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One man’s food is another man’s poison

June 12, 2013

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by Dr. Paul Stallone —  For a quick and healthy dinner, you decide to bake some salmon, steam asparagus and toss a simple green salad. Nothing fancy, but this meal gets the job done with zero guilt; in fact, you feel rather good about serving it. Three days later you get a migraine. You probably […]

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