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Occupational Burnout: What Is It And Who Is At Risk?

Jori Hamilton - 9/6/2019 - 0

You leave work feeling exhausted day after day. You hope […]

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What We Can Learn About Ourselves from the Genome of Honeybees

Dov Michaeli, MD, PhD - 8/27/2019 - 0

A remarkable study of the genomics and behavior of honeybees has revealed important insights into human behavior and metabolism.

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What You Need to Know About TMS for Treatment-Resistant Depression 

David Woo, MD - 8/22/2019 - 1

Roughly 1/3 of patients diagnosed with Major Depressive are said to have treatment-resistant depression. TMS may be a good alternative for them.

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Loneliness: A Danger to Your Health

Stephen C Schimpff, MD, MACP - 8/15/2019 - 2

Loneliness not only causes emotional discomfort, it also impacts key physiologic parameters leading to multiple disease states and early death.

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Depression: What Is It, Who Gets It, And How Is It Treated?

Lindsay Israel, MD, Psychiatrist - 8/7/2019 - 0

A psychiatrist provides a clinician’s view of debilitating depression: what it looks like, who’s likely to get it, and what are current treatment modalities

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Recovery Durability: Addiction Recurrence Risk Lowers to General Population Levels in Long Term Recovery

Thomas G. Kimball, PhD - 7/29/2019 - 0

Individuals who engage in extended SUD recovery for an average of 5 years are statistically equal to being diagnosed with a substance use disorder compared to the average American.

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Anxiety: How to Decide Which Treatment is Best for You

Wallace B. Mendelson, M.D. - 7/10/2019 - 0

This article explores the possible causes of anxiety and includes a discussion of how to choose the treatment approach that is right for you. 

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