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While children with ADHD typically have difficulty staying
focused and sitting still, adults with the disorder are more
likely to struggle with attention and memory. As with children,
medication and psychotherapy is the best treatment option for
Survivors of a suicide include the person's family members,
friends, coworkers, and in many cases mental health clinicians.
Survivors may struggle with grief and guilt for much longer than
those mourning other types of death.
Somatoform disorders are generally defined as symptoms of pain or
fatigue with no apparent physical cause. Studies have shown
cognitive behavioral therapy to be the most effective treatment
for these disorders.
A question about drinking that primary care physicians can ask
patients may help identify people with alcohol problems, which
tend to be underdiagnosed.
Researchers found that homeowners facing foreclosure have to bear
a heavy psychological burden and, not surprisingly, have a higher
incidence of symptoms of depression.
There was an error in the October 2009 article about premenstrual
In addition to the reduced risk of cancer or heart disease,
people who follow a Mediterranean-type diet and lead an active
lifestyle are seemingly less likely to suffer cognitive decline
as they grow older.