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Medical Reference Related to Mental Health

  1. What Is Serotonin Syndrome?

    WebMD explains serotonin syndrome, a potentially fatal condition, including causes, symptoms, and treatment.

  2. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

    WebMD explains post-traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD, which is triggered by a disturbing outside event and may have long-term effects.

  3. Anxiety/Panic: Finding Help

    WebMD directs you to information about anxiety and panic disorders.

  4. Anxiety/Panic: Personal Stories

    Personal stories from WebMD users about living with social anxiety disorder.

  5. Early Dementia

    WebMD explains the difference between age-related memory loss, mild cognitive impairment, and Alzheimer's disease.

  6. Mental Health and Adjustment Disorder

    WebMD provides an overview of adjustment disorder or stress response syndrome, which is typically triggered by a serious emotional event.

  7. Drug Abuse, Addiction, and the Brain

    WebMD explains how drug use can lead to addiction, and why drug addiction is considered a disease.

  8. Dementia Medication Overview

    WebMD provides an overview of drug treatments for dementia.

  9. Dementia in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

    WebMD examines the relationship between dementia and ALS, a devastating motor neuron disease.

  10. Mental Health Medications

    WebMD provides a comprehensive list of mental health drugs available in the U.S.

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