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  1. healing_touch

    These four hands-on therapies can ease your stress, anxiety, pain, and more. Read on to find the best remedy for you.

  2. Balancing Act: A Mother and Her Sons Cope with Bipolar Disorder

    Fran Szabo, 61, of Bethlehem, Pa., is one of those moms who speak glowingly about her kids without sounding like she’s trying to one-up other mothers. All three are successful in their careers and personal lives. But the road to this happiness, Fran acknowledges, was bumpy for her, husband Paul, and

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  3. Fighting Alcoholism With Medications

    There is no magic pill or one-size-fits-all treatment that can banish an alcoholic's need or desire to drink. But a handful of FDA-approved medications, when used in combination with psychological and social interventions such as 12-step programs, can help a significant number of alcohol-dependent p

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  4. Facts About Antidepressants

    A controversial new study suggests the widely prescribed antidepressants Prozac, Paxil, and Effexor work no better than placebo for most patients who take them, and many depression experts now cry foul. In findings published in the February issue of the journal PloS Medicine, researchers conclude th

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  5. School Shootings: The Columbine Generation Copes

    Once again, school shootings are in the headlines. And in recent years, those headlines have become all too familiar to students. "It's affected the generation dramatically," Marjorie Lindholm, a survivor of the 1999 Columbine High School shootings in Littleton, Colo., tells WebMD. "If you notice th

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  6. A Conversation With a Columbine Survivor

    Marjorie Lindholm is a survivor of the 1999 school shootings at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo. Lindholm, who wrote a book titled A Columbine Survivor's Story, spoke with WebMD about her experiences and shares her advice for school shooting survivors and their loved ones. I haven't. I thin

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  7. The United States of Anxiety

    By Lauren Iannotti It's the most common mental illness in America. One worrywart stares down her (and our) tendency to fret.   Actually, much of the country does — anxiety disorders affect nearly 40 million Americans. Author Patricia Pearson explores our national epidemic in her new book, A Brief Hi

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  8. Life, Made from Scratch

    In the simple act of baking, one woman found herself again.

  9. How I Learned to Stop Hating My Mother

    By Gretchen Voss "What about me?" I spat at my mother as she sat frail and broken in a wheelchair, her legs too wasted to carry her emaciated body. It was Christmas of 1999, and my father, two brothers, and I were at a family-counseling session during my mother's second — though not her last — stint

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  10. The Dalai Lama's Advice on Depression

    Have your job, your mortgage -- your life -- pushed you into depression? The Dalai Lama can help. The ancient practices of Tibetan Buddhism -- meditation, mindfulness, empathy, and compassion -- are offering world-weary Americans a better perspective on life and its hardships. By feeling compassion

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