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The Invisible Scars of Children Raised by Alcoholics

In the quiet corners of our communities, a silent struggle unfolds, often unnoticed by those around them. Behind closed doors, countless children bear the weight of growing up in households where alcoholism affects their daily lives. These children, innocent...

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Analyzing The Two Paths of Children Raised by Addicts

Growing up in the shadow of addiction can be an immense challenge for any child, regardless of age or situation. Unfortunately, at least 1 in 8 children are raised in an environment where one or more parents suffers from addiction in the United States. The painful and...

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Mental Health Condition Linked to Autoimmune Disease

A recently released study revealed that women with a history of depression are twice as likely to develop systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) compared to those without depression. Led by Andrea L. Roberts, PhD, from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the study...

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Mental Health Disorders Common Following Mild Head Injury

A groundbreaking study conducted by Danish scientists has demonstrated a significant correlation between head traumas, such as concussions and skull fractures, and the subsequent risk of developing mental disorders. The study revealed that head injuries can increase...

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Mentally Ill Kids Become Less Healthy Adults

New research conducted by a Duke University team in New Zealand highlights the connection between mental health challenges in early life and poorer physical health and advanced aging in adulthood. The researchers argue that investing in prompt mental health care could...

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How to Cope with ADHD Without Medications

ADHD is a difficult disorder to cope with as it can stand in the way of a person's ability to reach their full potential. They may find themselves frustrated at their inability to focus on the task at hand. While the prevalence of this disorder is only increasing, it...

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ADHD: Strategies to Stay Organized

The human memory is atrociously, embarrassingly limited. Researchers have estimated that, at best, we can store three to five items' worth of information in our working memory. The simplest example of this is when we try to remember a phone number: we can keep all the...

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The Process of Diagnosing Autism

In the last few decades, autism has been diagnosed at a quicker rate than ever before. Since its original definition in 1943, the disorder has changed drastically. Now, we are seeing more people, especially children, diagnosed with this than ever before. This is not...

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