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Anxiety at work: a career-shattering condition

Katrina Gay has always worried about her performance at work, but she used anxiety to her advantage by pushing herself to produce quality work. However, after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, she felt a little less in control. “I would wake up in the middle of the night and my heart was racing. […]

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Scientists create human-ape embryos

Human / monkey chimeras – organisms containing cells from at least two species – have survived for up to 20 days in Petri dishes, a team of Chinese and American researchers reported.

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What parents of children with ADHD want you to know

It takes a lot of time, effort, and patience to be a good parent, especially if your child has ADHD. But even though millions of children have the disorder, misconceptions about it are widespread. Here’s what some parents of children with ADHD want you to know. Don’t call my child a “bad kid”. ADHD causes […]

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Nature therapy: types and benefits

Maurie Lung, PhD, was in her second year when she realized what she wanted to do growing up. “When I went to summer camp, my little strawberry cake journal read, ‘When I grow up I want to help people in the outdoors,’” Lung says. And that is exactly what she is doing today. Lung oversees […]

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Toxic parents: how to deal with them

Even though she did not yet know the term “toxic”, Rashawnda James knew something was wrong with her relationship with her mother when she was only 13 years old. “I realized that in conversations at school, they spoke as if their parents were around a lot,” she says. James’ parent, a crack addict, was not. […]

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Stress Is Not Always a Relapse Trigger in Eating Disorders

By Robert PreidtHealthDay reporter THURSDAY April 15, 2021 (HealthDay News) – Stress does not trigger binge eating disorder in people with eating disorders, new research shows. The findings challenge a common theory that has never been directly tested in patients, according to the study’s authors. Their research included 85 women (22 with anorexia, 33 bulimics, […]

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Is your workplace “toxic”?

Bad bosses, crazy coworkers, and low morale – they’re all part of what psychologists call a “toxic” workplace. Everyone has a bad day at work from time to time, but the people and practices of some workplaces can make you dread Monday morning and feel defeated at the end of each workday. If this describes […]

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Many children who develop severe MIS-C have neurological symptoms

By Robert Preidt and Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporters WEDNESDAY April 14, 2021 (HealthDay News) – In very rare cases, children infected with the new coronavirus can develop a serious illness known as multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C). Now, research shows that these young patients often develop neurological symptoms in addition to breathing problems they might be […]

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Regeneron Antibody Cocktail Provides COVID Protection

April 13, 2021 – People living with someone with COVID-19 appear to benefit from powerful protection against infection when given the Regeneron antibody cocktail, according to a new study. The results suggest that beyond preventing the worst outcomes of coronavirus infection when given early enough, the cocktail could also prevent people from getting sick in […]

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Newborns Won’t Get COVID From Infected Mum’s Breast Milk

By Amy Norton HealthDay reporter TUESDAY April 13, 2021 (HealthDay News) – A new study gives further reassurance that mothers infected with SARS-CoV-2 can safely breastfeed their babies. The study of 55 infants born to mothers with COVID-19 found that none of them had contracted the virus – although most began obtaining breast milk in […]

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