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  1. How Mindfulness Can Help Your Health

    You're on a conference call while responding to an email and eating your lunch. Sound familiar? Most people divide their attention between several tasks at once without being truly engaged in any of them. But your well-being could suffer as a result. If you want to jump-start your health in the New

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  2. Why Do I Feel Paranoid?

    So-called “paranoid” thoughts can be normal. But they could point to a mental health symptom if you lose the ability to judge whether they are or aren't likely to be true.  Here are the common causes and what you can do to ease your mind. Are other people talking about me? Was I just lied to? Is som

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  3. Can Weight Loss Treatments Help Binge Eaters?

    If you’re a binge eater, you may be concerned about your weight. Many people who binge eat are overweight or obese. So you might wonder: Are weight loss surgery and medication good options? It’s a tough question to answer, even thought up to 20% of patients seen in weight loss clinics have binge eat

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  4. Munn's the Word

    Olivia Munn is an expert at fresh starts. A member of a military family, she and her four siblings spent their childhoods moving between bases in Japan and Oklahoma. "I was perpetually the new kid," she says, "and it's always hard to have to break through those barriers. But when I would come home s

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  5. 5 Ways to Celebrate Without Alcohol

    By Sara Cheshire Promotion. Engagement. Holiday. Survived a Monday. No matter what you're celebrating, it seems like the perfect time to reach for bubbly, pour some wine, splash bourbon on the rocks or sip a martini from a fancy glass. Hey, there's nothing wrong with enjoying a little of the cheer (

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  6. Glenn Close: 'Mental Illness Is a Family Affair'

    In flashes of childhood memory, actress Glenn Close can still see her younger sister, Jessie, anxiously picking at the skin between her forefinger and thumb. Many children have nervous habits -- but Jessie's seemed different. "She'd worry that skin until it was all bleeding and crusty," she recalls.

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  7. Psychologist or Psychiatrist: Which Is Right for You?

    If you have mental health concerns, you should seek help. But where do you go? How do you know what type of doctor you should talk to? Do you look for a psychiatrist or psychologist? If you’re unsure what the difference is, you’re not alone. “We get that all the time,” says Tristan Gorrindo, MD, dir

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  8. What to Do When Depression and Anxiety Mix

    You're noticing some changes lately. Maybe you feel sad, hopeless, or can't get any joy out of activities that used to be fun. Sounds like depression, right? Maybe that's not all. Sometimes you're worried, afraid, and just plain uneasy. Isn't that a sign of anxiety? The two conditions are flip sides

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  9. Do You Have an Addictive Personality?

    Whether it pops up in an article about a celebrity who can’t seem to kick his drug habit, or your friend uses it as a joking excuse why she can’t tear herself away from the game Candy Crush, the phrase “addictive personality” gets tossed around a lot these days. The basic idea: While most people can

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  10. 10 Natural Depression Treatments

    Being depressed can make you feel helpless. You're not. Along with therapy and sometimes medication, there's a lot you can do on your own to fight back. Changing your behavior -- your physical activity, lifestyle, and even your way of thinking -- are all natural depression treatments. These tips can

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