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It's mom who sees troubles for teens with food allergies Mothers of teens with food allergies are more likely than the kids themselves to report that the youth have emotional and behavioral problems, a new study concludes.
Integrating You into Private Practice : Interview with Renee... I had met Renee online and just had an instant resonance with what she would share. She was kind enough to offer to meet for this interview where we talk about what it means to be out of the box as a therapist, how to … ...
New knowledge on why patients with type 2 diabetes present smelling problems In a study in type 2 diabetic rats, researchers have identified alterations in specific nerve cells that are important for odor identification. The findings might explain why type 2 diabetic patients often experience smelling problems and potentially open up a new research field to develop preventive therapies against neurodegenerative diseases in type 2 diabetic patients.
Note to Self: Remember How to Be YOU Today Dear Self, Since there is no way you can be anyone else today, remember to consciously be yourself. Keep the following pointers in mind so that you can have the … ...
Self-Esteem In Children: Recognizing Self-Esteem As parents we want our children to be happy and grow up to be successful individuals.  Developing and nurturing a healthy self-esteem in children is key in raising successful individuals. … ...
How are all those screens changing kids' behavior? More research is needed to know how the frequency or quality of our technology use is changing basic human interactions and behaviors.
5 Ways to Get Your Partner to Change Everyone says you can’t change another person, nor should you try. You have to accept him or her, flaws and all. While it’s fundamentally true that you can’t make someone change — they have to want to change themselves — there are ways to influence … ...
Here’s How Your Height Affects Who Is Attracted To You AND Who You’re Attracted To It's more than just taller is better for men... » Continue reading: Here’s How Your Height Affects Who Is Attracted To You AND Who You’re Attracted To Related articles:People Choose Spouses With Similar DNA Friends Share More Similar DNA Than Strangers Kissing: Its Vital Role in Choosing and Keeping Partners How We Learn: Reading and Math Ability Driven By The Same Genes Fear of Math: How Much is Genetic?
Research on worms reveals how the brain compensates for sensory loss and points to its early evolutionary roots A new study has revealed that the brain’s compensatory mechanism (known as cross-modal plasticity) -- when some senses are enhanced following the loss of other sensory input -- is a basic feature that also exists in less complex nervous systems. The study has also exposed the way the mechanism works in the brain through an inter-sensory signaling system.
Soldiers with PTSD more 'tuned' to angry faces because of over-connected brain circuits Soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are more 'tuned' to perceive threatening facial expressions than people without PTSD because of more over-connected brain circuits, according to a new study. The researchers say understanding how this works could help researchers develop better ways to assess when soldiers are ready to be redeployed.
Why your brain makes you slip up when anxious Neuroscientists have identified the brain network system that causes us to stumble and stall just when we least want to. Previous research has shown that people tend to exert more force when they know they are being watched. For example, pianists unconsciously press keys harder when they play in front of an audience compared to when playing alone. The new research explores why.
Depression of either parent during pregnancy linked to premature birth Depression in both expectant mothers and fathers increases the risk of premature birth, finds a new study.
Does Creativity Come From Persistence or Flexibility? If you think broadly, you will find creative ideas among irrelevant ones. If you think deeply, you will eventually dig through mundane ideas and into original ones below.
How to Change Minds About Vaccine Safety If there is only one thing you could say about vaccine safety, what should it be? The answer might be surprisingly simple.
Devices to Manage Our Devices In Mindful Tech, David Levy points out that we can change our relationship to the online world by bringing greater focus, self-reflection, and conscious choice to it.
Today I Love The Dark Of Early Morning Today I love the dark of early morning, the glowing of the city’s aura beyond the spruce trees, the silhouette of the aspen standing in that glow. I love how … ...
ADHD and Parenting: More Tips for Teaching Your Kids... Kids with ADHD lag behind their peers by 30 percent when it comes to emotional development, according to research conducted by ADHD researcher and psychologist Russell Barkley, Ph.D. So a 10-year-old child may really have the maturity level of a 7-year-old. As clinical psychologist Roberto … ...
My ADHD Super Power So here’s my question: Is it fair to use my ADHD powers for personal gain? Well, I suppose that to answer that question, I’d first have to ascertain what those … ...
How To Manage Your Finances With ADHD Introduction One of the symptoms associated with ADHD is impulsive behaviors. In relation to financial matters, this can lead to destructive behavior. For instance, with impulsive behaviors it is not … ...
6 Tips for Long Lasting Relationships     Valentine’s Day, a day for honoring romantic relationships, is almost here. Most people have made a million mistakes in relationships. They’ve expected too much. Or been competitive, maybe … ...