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10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's
Is Alzheimer’s or dementia on the horizon? Memory loss interrupting your daily life or having difficulty completing familiar tasks are two of the warning signs. Read the rest of the list here.
Simple Change in Diet Shown to Help Depression
Research has shown that those who eat a Mediterranean diet may be less likely to suffer from depression.
3 Small Signs You're Getting Out of a Depression
When you are slowly getting out of a depression, you do things in your daily life that shift a little.
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Even Legit Use of Painkillers Can Put
Teens at Risk

Researchers have discovered that high school students who legitimately use an opioid prescription are one-third more likely to abuse the drug by age 23 than those with no history of the prescription.
Risk of Relapse Drops If Depression Completely Resolves
The risk of depression recurrence is significantly lower for people with complete, rather than partial depressive symptom resolution.
Quick Test Detects Lesser-Known Form of Dementia
A new 3-minute survey is able to detect a type of dementia that is typically more difficult to diagnose than Alzheimer’s.
Ads in Parenting Magazines Model Unsafe Practices
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Depression: Far More Complex than a Checklist of Symptoms
It’s time to stop thinking of depression as a disease that causes a number of interchangeable symptoms.
How Music Regulates Emotion and Mood
The music we listen to reveals a lot about our mental health, according to new research.
World of Psychology
What to Reveal to a Spouse
Both men and women may fear that if they say what they really feel, think, or want, or acknowledge a failure, they’ll be judged negatively. So how can you encourage your partner to open up to you - or become more open yourself?
5 Ways to Handle Being Humiliated
By a Loved One

Here’s a better way to deal with stinging comments that make you feel humiliated or put down.
Why Baby Talk Is Good for Your Infant
It's not surprising - the more you talk to your baby, the better language skills they’ll develop, sooner.
Improving Communication in Relationships
There are three basic steps to being a good listener and therefore a good communicator.
6 Ways to Unplug and De-Stress
A slight shift in lifestyle will create the space our mind and body need to balance madness with peace.
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(Science of Addiction) – If you recognize yourself or someone you love in this checklist, seek help right away.
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The Common Happiness Trap
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