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    1. Elderly Mental Health Problems Often Missed More

      May 22, 2006 -- Anxiety may affect twice as many older adults as depression, according to new research. Researchers say generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) may be the most common mental disorder among the elderly, although little is known about how to treat the disorder among older adults. "Studies h

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    2. Your Child and Anxiety: School Stress Starts Early

      Call it pressure. Call it great expectations. Whatever its name the result is the same: school stress. It starts as soon as kindergarten. It turns play into competitive sport. It turns the joy of learning into a struggle to excel. It turns friends into social connections and charitable acts into a l

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    3. Anxiety Often Missed in Elderly

      May 22, 2006 -- Anxiety may affect twice as many older adults as depression , according to new research. Researchers say generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) may be the most common mental disorder among the elderly, although little is known about how to treat the disorder among older adults. "Studies

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    4. Best Ways to Ease Anxiety Disorders

      Feb. 3, 2006 -- Meditation may ease anxiety among people who suffer from anxiety disorders, including obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). But a new study suggests meditation isn't necessarily better than other types of relaxation techniques at treating anxiety disorders. Researchers reviewed two st

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    5. Fear of Public Speaking Hardwired

      April 20, 2006 -- Fear of public speaking strikes some people harder -- and differently -- than others, according to a new study. The study shows that those who suffer most over speaking in public get more anxious -- not less anxious -- as their presentation gets under way. And when it's over, inste

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    6. Chronic Stress May Boost Anxiety

      April 17, 2006 -- Being stressed out for a long period of time might increase anxiety, a new study shows. The study, published in Behavioral Neuroscience, lays some of the blame on stress hormones. Those stress hormones -- such as cortisol and corticotropin-releasing hormone -- can help respond to a

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    7. Fear of Public Speaking Hardwired

      April 20, 2006 -- Fear of public speaking strikes some people harder -- and differently -- than others, according to a new study. The study shows that those who suffer most over speaking in public get more anxious -- not less anxious -- as their presentation gets under way. And when it's over, inste

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    8. How to Conquer Your Fear of Flying

      Mary Avis had been a white-knuckle flyer for years. But on one fateful flight from Virginia to Boston several years ago, her fear finally took complete control. Although the weather was clear and the flight was smooth, Avis panicked. "I was sure that if I stood up, the floor would collapse and I'd f

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    9. Anxiety Disorders May Up Physical Woes

      Oct. 23, 2006 -- Anxiety disorders may make certain physical health problems more likely, a new study shows. Anxiety disorders "should be considered an important public health problem," write the researchers. They included Jitender Sareen, MD, FRCPC, of Canada's University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. I

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    10. Panic Disorder Often Undertreated

      Sept. 15, 2006 -- Many people with panic disorder may not be getting top-notch treatment from their primary care doctors. So say Peter Roy-Byrne, MD, and colleagues in The Lancet. Roy-Byrne works in the psychiatry and behavioral sciences department at the University of Washington School of Medicine

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