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Watching Birds, Trees is Good for Mental Health

According to a study led by University of Exeter researcher Daniel Cox, people living in neighborhoods with more birds, shrubs and trees are less likely to suffer from depression, anxiety and stress. Dr. Cox and his colleagues from the University … Continue reading

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Wellness

Wellness is not the mere absence of disease. It is a proactive, preventive approach designed to achieve optimum levels of health, social and emotional functioning. Wellness can also be defined as an active process through which you become aware of … Continue reading

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vegan

As with any diet, a vegan diet requires planning. However, when properly planned, a vegan diet can be considerably healthier than the traditional American diet. In its 1996 position paper on vegetarian diets, the American Dietetic Association reported that vegan … Continue reading

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Ten Myths About Psychotropic Drugs

Dr. Peter Gotzsche has created a controversy and sparked criticism over what he sees as a damaging over-prescription of drugs by psychiatrists. Gotzsche recently compiled a list of ten common myths held not only by the general public, but also … Continue reading

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More U.S. Children Being Diagnosed With Youthful Tendency Disorder

REDLANDS, CA–Nicholas and Beverly Serna’s daughter Caitlin was only four years old, but they already knew there was a problem. More U.S. Children Being Diagnosed With Youthful Tendency Disorder Day after day, upon arriving home from preschool, Caitlin would retreat … Continue reading

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SUNNÚ

SUNNÚ means maize in the Rarámuri language and is also the name of a documentary, which addresses the destruction of rural life in Mexico and how its demise is related to the monopolization of the food industry. The goal of … Continue reading

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Creative Arts Therapy tools

Creative Arts Therapy tools for educators, psychotherapists and everyone. Creative Therapy Tools provides therapy tools for anyone who works with children, adolescents and/or adults. I have used all of these tools both individually and in groups for psychotherapy and educational … Continue reading

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Study ties nighttime lighting to depression | Health Tech – CNET News

A year ago, psychologists at Ohio State University found that the bright fluorescent glare of city lights at night can affect brain structure enough to lead to depression. The findings were relevant not just for those who work at night, … Continue reading

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Fibromyalgia

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