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Studies suggest mental health care following a heart attack can
improve patient health and mortality.
Evidence is emerging that attention deficit disorder may be a
genetic brain malfunction. A review of recent clinical research
and recommendations for the disorder.
A clarification to the November 2005 issue of the Harvard Mental
Supplying rewards for desirable behavior may be helpful in the
treatment of substance abusers and children with behavorial
Grief that combines symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder
with more typical signs of mourning may be treatable with
modified forms of cognitive behavior therapy.
Is addiction hereditary?