Month: December 2017

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Making Resolutions That Stick

  December 28, 2017   No comments

Did you know that 40 percent of Americans vow to be nicer, eat healthier or quit smoking come January 1? And, according to The Wall Street Journal, the majority doesn’t succeed. In

What Causes Bipolar Disorder? New Study Sheds Light

  December 20, 2017   No comments

Bipolar disorder has been recognized by mental health professionals as early as the first century. Originally known as manic depression, experts changed the name of the illness in the 1980s

Depression on Rise During Holidays

  December 13, 2017   No comments

More people suffer from depression during the holidays, say experts. And if you have a pre-existing condition, your risk is even higher. “Most of these folks have an existing history

Heavy Marijuana Use Link to Vomiting Illness

  December 6, 2017   No comments

A difficult-to-diagnose and rare ailment, called cannaboid hyperemesis syndrome, is increasingly afflicting chronic, regular pot smokers, according to a new study. The ailment, categorized by regular, violent bouts of vomiting,