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Can We Keep Gitmo Detainees From Striking Again?
When forensic psychiatry meets terrorism, it needs the religious to define religion.
What Is Depression (or Major Depressive Disorder)?
Dr. Harold Koenig answers the question: 'What Is Depression?'
Family History Of Depression Important?
Dr. Weissman answers the question: 'Family History Of Depression Important?'
Depression More Likely In Men or Women?
Dr. Petrillo answers the question: 'Depression More Likely In Men or Women?'
For How Long Do I Need Talk Therapy?
Dr. Bruce Cohen answers the question: 'For How Long Do I Need Talk Therapy?'
What Is Bipolar Disorder?
Dr. Igor Galynker answers the question: 'What Is Bipolar Disorder?'
Family History And Bipolar Risk?
Dr. William Gilmer answers the question: 'Family History And Bipolar Risk?'
Telling Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder?
Dr. Roy Perlis answers the question: 'Telling Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder?'
Bipolar Meds Same For Kids, Adults?
Dr. Kiki Chang answers the question: 'Bipolar Meds Same For Kids, Adults?'
What Is Anxiety?
Dr. Cathy Frank answers the question: 'What Is Anxiety?'
Can I Inherit An Anxiety Disorder?
Dr. Srini Pillay answers the question: 'Can I Inherit An Anxiety Disorder?'
Symptoms Of General Anxiety Disorder?
Dr. Kendall Genre answers the question: 'Symptoms Of General Anxiety Disorder?'
Are Meds Necessary For Anxiety Disorder?
Dr. Levendusky answers the question: 'Are Meds Necessary For Anxiety Disorders?'
What Is Stress?
Dr. Kim Lebowitz answers the question: 'What Is Stress?'
What Kind Of Stress Is Bad For My Heart?
Dr. Williams answers the question: 'What Kind Of Stress Is Bad For My Heart?'
Loss Of Hair Due To Stress?
Dr. Maryrose Gerardi answers the question: 'Loss Of Hair Due To Stress?'
Can Alcohol Help Me Cope With Stress?
Dr. Simon Rego answers the question: 'Can Alcohol Help Me Cope With Stress?'
Should Pregnant Women Risk Mood Meds?
A new report offers guidelines on treating pregnant women with depression.
Toddler Depression -- Real or a Phase?
A study of toddlers with depression finds problems may continue in grade school.
Do You Suffer From the Summer Bummers?
As temperatures rise, mood tanks for some who claim a rare form of depression.
Can Real Men Admit They're Depressed?
Admitting they are depressed should be a sign of strength for men, not weakness.
Trauma, Depression Can Cause Seizures
Researchers seek to decode seizures of an emotional nature.
For the Blues, January's the Cruelest Month
Post-holiday money woes, reality checks, self-reflection can increase the blues.
How to Finally Beat 'Recession Depression'
Experts offer advice on coping with the financial blues.
Truth Squad: The Exercise/Depression Link
Does running help you chase away the blues? New research offers insight.
Surgery May Reveal Brain's Religious Center
Have scientists discovered why some have a "talent" for religion?
Deadly Brain Lesion Fuels Artist's Talent
Brain tumors can cause inhibitions to fall and the inner Van Gogh to emerge.
Skin Disorder Patients Can't Recognize Disgust
Study finds psoriasis patients may stop recognizing repulsive looks.
Why Your Brain Craves a New Sensation
Researchers believe they have located the brain's "adventure center."
Do You Have Brain Cells Devoted to Oprah?
Seeing or hearing familiar people trigger the same brain response, study says.
British Celebs to Donate Brains for Research
BBC's Jeremy Paxman and actress Jane Asher urge more to follow suit.
Brain Doesn't Lie: Mapping Love and Hate
A study trying to map hate in the brain found similarities to "love circuits."
Opinion: When Biology Doesn't Explain Gay
Researchers say gay brains are different; this bride says her brain is straight.
Sleep Apnea Therapy Improves Golf Game
Study finds therapeutic device can improve golf scores as well as sleep.
Best and Worst States for Sleep
A government survey showed who gets the most sleep and who gets the least.
Cutesie Ads Endangering Your Baby?
Magazine ads may create confusion about how babies should sleep, study says.
6 Hours of Sleep? It's Not Enough
New research suggests it's rare for someone to need only six hrs. sleep a night.
Diabetics: Beware of Sleep Apnea
The condition poses a health threat but testing and treatment are simple.
Eye-Opening Sleep Solutions
Too little or too much sleep can have a drastic effect on health, studies say.
Domestic Violence... While Sleepwalking?
A Florida family says a choking incident was the fault of a sleep disorder.
Holiday Heart Concerns? Sleep on Them
New research suggests that the heart may benefit from a good night's sleep.
Zzzzzzz-Mail: Writing E-Mail in Your Sleep
Researchers document a new type of bizarre parasomnia.
Did Sleeping Pills Lead to Alleged Rape?
A man accused of raping a woman taking sleep aids said the sex was consensual.
Ginkgo a No-Go for Slowing Cognitive Decline
New research shows the herbal supplement does little for memory and attention.
Learning While Sleeping May Not Be Crackpot Idea
A new study suggests sleeping may enhance our memories.
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