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Working abroad as a doctor: What to know before you go
Are you always the first one to say yes to an adventure Have you always wanted to immerse yourself in a new culture Then working abroad may be for you.
Medical News Today - Sun. Jul 23
Craniosacral therapy: Does it work?
Craniosacral therapy is an alternative treatment typically used by osteopaths, chiropractors, and massage therapists. It claims to use a gentle touch to manipulate the joints in the cranium or skull, parts of the pelvis, and the spine to treat disease.
Medical News Today - Fri. Jul 21
Underdeveloped brain network after 30 may impact mental health
Scientists from Canada reveal that the underdevelopment of the brain network involved in inhibition after the age of 30 years may be connected with psychological problems.
Medical News Today - Thu. Jul 20
Adult ADHD: Symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD is a medical condition that makes it difficult to pay attention, remain organized, and listen. Living with the condition can affect relationships, educational pursuits, and careers.
Medical News Today - Tue. Jul 18
Physician burnout: Running on an empty tank
It is a freezing day and the bare trees are covered with a glistening coat of ice that reflects the early morning light. You should be enjoying this view as you drive into work, but instead, you are sitting in the car and staring at the icy pond where the local crew team practices.
Medical News Today - Mon. Jul 17
Diet and depression: Foods and nutrients for recovery
Depression is a prevalent mental health illness throughout the world, causing negative thoughts and behaviors in those who experience it.
Medical News Today - Mon. Jul 17
Generosity makes you happier
Researchers have found a connection between happiness and the performance of selfless acts. Giving to others, they say, activates an area of the brain linked with contentment and the reward cycle.
Medical News Today - Mon. Jul 17
Depression and the brain: Study finds sex-specific differences in teens
Research targeting the brain activity of male and female adolescents found that depression may affect their brains in different ways, pointing to a need to better understand major depression across sexes.
Medical News Today - Fri. Jul 14
Should I Answer Every Text My Child Sends?
I spend a lot of time with teenagers, because I have one. As an observer of this unique species, I am noticing that teenagers are changing in fundamental ways as a result of their relationship with technology. Teenagers are frequently out and about in the world on their own and with their peers, particularly in the summer. They re taking a crack at independence, living new situations and challenges without their parents supervision and guidance. Adolescenc ...
Psychology Today - Fri. Jul 14
The Danger of Secrecy: What Happens to Unanswered Questions?
Since fully-open adoption began in the early 1980 s, it has continued to increase in popularity. The adoption community has seen that children raised in this environment have thrived, and longitudinal studies confirm how much healthier it is for children. 1
Psychology Today - Fri. Jul 14
Polyphobia
Prejudice is making judgements about a specific kind of person based on stereotypes, assumptions, and incomplete or actively faulty information. Usually the person being judged is part of an assumed-homogeneous mass of others who are different in some way from the person who is judging them. Discrimination is taking prejudicial thoughts or attitudes and enacting them in real life, in behaviors, interactions, or laws, etc. that hamper, limit, or undermine t ...
Psychology Today - Fri. Jul 14
Strange Contagion: How Others' Emotions Shape Our Lives
Science writer Lee Kravetz and his wife are moving into their new Palo Alto apartment in 2009. It s summer, she s working at Google and they re expecting their first child. While unpacking boxes, suddenly they hear sirens screaming close by. A student from nearby Gunn High School has just thrown himself on the tracks, killed by a passing train. Days later, there s another suicide , this time a girl who s just graduated with a scholarship to NYU. And so it ...
Psychology Today - Fri. Jul 14
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