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Imagine going to your doctor or therapist and having them suggest taking Tylenol to reduce the suffering and emotional pain you are experiencing from a romantic break-up. This may not be too far off ... Read More »
Dr. Oz, Sharecare and Weight Watchers are on a mission to transform the nation with 7 key steps to weight loss and healthy living that ... Read More »
People cause intentional harm to their bodies for a myriad of reasons. In general self-injury, also known as self-mutilation, deliberate self-harm syndrome, self-cutting and self-wounding, is a way ... Read More »
18,000 women and 4,000 men reported to a survey in Self Magazine about their difficult, and at times downright toxic, friendships. Of those who participated in the survey 84% of the women and ... Read More »
In generations past, the word recovery usually referred to a highly sterile room in a hospital where people went immediately after surgery to stabilize. Today, recovery has taken on a whole new ... Read More »
According to Dr. Mackey, of the Division of Pain Management at Stanford University School of Medicine, and author of a new study on pain relief, areas of the brain activated by intense love are the ... Read More »
A recent research finding in The 2011 Lundbeck Mental Health Barometer shows that over 2 in 5 people in Ireland would not want to know if their loved one was feeling depression. Even though Irish ... Read More »
The U.K. recently pulled two advertisements from print that were deemed false advertising. False because the photos of the models that appeared in these ads were so retouched that they did not ... Read More »
How do you know when to go for professional help? These are the 4 factors to consider. If you have any of them you should get help immediately.

Suicidal Thinking

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In her new book The Steal: A Cultural History of Shoplifting, Rachel Shteir details the history and specifics about the propensity certain people have towards stealing. This habit is often ... Read More »

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