Females with ADHD oftentimes slip through the cracks and go undiagnosed. This is because the symptoms largely present differently in females than in males. Learn more about the symptoms of female ADHD, and how to help treat it.
While January may be coming to an end, it's never too late to honor mental wellness awareness month and to learn why it's so important. The fact of the matter is, mental distress is extremely prevalent.
Sore throats, high body temperatures, and infections may seem like normal, non-threatening medical concerns for children and adolescents alike. They typically stay home from school, get some rest, and seek treatment from a general practitioner or hospital. Once the infection is treated, that's the end of it, right? Wrong...
Kids will be kids, and sometimes this means engaging in distasteful behaviors such as being rude to peers and bullying them. While some adults may chalk this up to normal childhood behavior, or a result of the reptilian brain in action, it's a much more serious issue than anyone thought it was until now.
Growing up with conflict in the home can be difficult for children and adolescents alike. High amounts of stress in the home can affect offspring in a number of ways. What researchers are just discovering is that these effects reach further than originally thought.
When we think about physical health and the most obvious factors that can jeopardize it, smoking and obesity are oftentimes at the top of the list...
While depression isn't a natural part of the aging process, 58% of people believe that it is. Read more to learn about a recent research study that found those age 50 and above who regularly engaged in cultural engagements outside of the home had a significantly lower chance of developing depression.
There's been a considerable amount of talk surrounding the health benefits of taking a micronutrient supplement to help manage symptoms of mental illness. Learn more about the research conducted on the effectiveness of using micronutrient supplements to treat mental illness.
The holidays can be an extremely stressful time of year for those who suffer from anxiety and depression. Depending on the nature of one’s depression or anxiety symptoms, the first thing a person may want to do to self-soothe and alleviate symptoms is to eat. Here are 8 ways to avoid holiday overeating.
There isn't enough to be said about the importance of eating a healthy diet and engaging in regular exercise for better overall health and wellness. In our busy society today, this can be difficult. Here are some tips for managing a healthy diet and exercise for overall physical and mental wellbeing.
As we begin to deck the halls and make the season bright, there are likely those among and around us who do not share such feelings of joy or chee...
There are numerous reasons as to why the holidays can be difficult. Regardless of the reasons, 64% of people who suffer from mental illness say their stress and symptoms are increased during the holidays. The silver lining is that there are ways to manage these feelings and cope.
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