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The Decline of Religion in the United States and Its Negative Effects

10th May 2011
Religion has been an integral part of every culture since the dawn of human civilization; but in the United States today, the fastest growing religious faith is no religion at all. Various religions have come and gone over time, and some have ballooned up... Read >
Author: S Porter

Autism Treatment Respen-A dosages and Autism

21st January 2011
There are some parents who have questions and concerns over the fact that an ingredient in Respen-A comes from a drug. The active ingredient in Respen-A is Reserpine and it comes from an Indian herb named rauwolfia serpentine. It is also called snakeroot.... Read >
Author: Dr. Kurt Woeller

Useful tips for psychiatric nurses to improve their communication skills

09th June 2010
One of the most essential tools that will be of use to a psychiatric nurse in handling a patient with mental disorders such as schizophrenia, dementia, depression etc., is therapeutic communication. Without effective communication and cooperation of the... Read >
Author: starfish

Sleep disorders: How Insomnia Starts

16th February 2010
Even in this world of advanced medicine, cases of mental disorders and sleep disorders are on the increase. Shockingly sleep disorders affect almost half of the population. We are in a world where stress is considered normal, depression is common and a sl... Read >
Author: Phil Tsang

Pathological Liar Treatment: 3 Helpful Ways To Treat The Pathological Liar

11th September 2009
Pathological liars are people who can't help but make up stories all the time. Unlike regular liars, they don't have any real reason to fib. They're not being deceptive to avoid being scolded, nor do they lie to keep someone else out of trouble. Patho... Read >
Author: Michael Lee

The Difference Between Bipolar And Schizophrenia

09th April 2009
For years, psychiatrists and medical professionals have said that bipolar disorder and schizophrenia are two very distinct mental illnesses. This idea came from a world-renowned German psychiatrist named Emil Kraepelin. Eric Kraepelin has said that bipola... Read >
Author: Jesus Sabu

Why Do I Feel So Nervous and Panicky?

10th March 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Mike Bond Panic Attacks and Anxiety affect 40 million Americans annually, and cost the country $42 billion. Those cold, bare facts give you some idea of just how serious is the problem. And of course that's without factoring in depre... Read >
Author: Mike Bond
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