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Dependency vs. Addiction: How to Know If You’ve Crossed the Line

Abbas Sina, MD - 3/25/2021 - 0

Setting aside rational thinking, self-preservation, and being willing to take more risks, may mean you’ve moved from dependency to addiction.

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A PCP Imperative: Integration of Behavioral and Physical Health Care

Tiffany Hall, M.D., CHCQM - 3/14/2021 - 1

Integration behavioral and physical health care creates opportunities to drive better outcomes and lower costs in ways not yet fully realized.

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The Critical Importance of Human Behavior in Our Response to COVID-19

Brendan Murray, Ph.D. - 3/9/2021 - 0

Despite its unpredictable nature, we must find ways for human behavior to help, not hurt or hinder, our response to the COVID19 pandemic

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5 Ways to Nurture Your Emotional Health in Later Life

Ilchi Lee - 3/2/2021 - 2

Working well with your own emotions is key to creating […]

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Advice for People In Recovery During the Holidays

Sarah Church, Ph.D. - 12/21/2020 - 0

The holidays can present difficult challenges for people in recovery from drug or alcohol use disorder. Here are some tips that can help

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Eating Disorders: Risk Factors, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Outcomes

Loren A. Olson, MD - 12/14/2020 - 0

Eating disorders are among the most dangerous and difficult to treat of all mental health disorders. Here is what you need to know about them

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Medical Management of Severe Eating Disorders

Philip Mehler, MD, FACP, FAED, CEDS - 12/1/2020 - 1

Severe eating disorders may be accompanied by life-threatening medical complications that require stabilization before psychiatric treatment.

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