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Increased caffeine consumption ups anxiety risk in teens: Study

Increased caffeine consumption ups anxiety risk in teens: Study

May 26th, 2016

For some, a cup of coffee is the first thing in the morning without which the day is lost in dullness, lethargy and exhaustion. Even the kids are gung-ho about caffeinated drinks, which the parents usually offer without a wink. After all, caffeine has become a common ingredient in the life of  millions of people […]

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Anxiety-related disorders lead to poor decision-making ability: Study

Anxiety-related disorders lead to poor decision-making ability: Study

May 11th, 2016

Do you  overlook the risks and take impetuous decisions in a fit of impulsiveness? If you do, then your anxiety might be a cause for it. Anxiety can compel people to take decisions that might be completely unsuitable for their life.

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ADHD children who divert their medication are more likely to be bullied: Study

ADHD children who divert their medication are more likely to be bullied: Study

April 27th, 2016

The number of children being diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in the United States has been going up with an increased number of them being referred to pediatricians for mental health

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U.S. psychologist develops program to help kids cope with anxiety

U.S. psychologist develops program to help kids cope with anxiety

February 22nd, 2016

The Children’s Mental Health Report brought out by Child Mind Institute in 2015 reveals that 80 percent of children under the age of 18 suffering from a diagnosable anxiety disorder are not getting treatment. Though anxiety is a normal reaction to stress, at times excessive anxiety negatively affects the thinking process and interferes in

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Anxiety disorder in kids flares up with ‘back to school’ butterflies

Anxiety disorder in kids flares up with ‘back to school’ butterflies

February 16th, 2016

Most of us, especially the younger ones, look forward to holidays. The longer, the better. And, many of us even find it depressing to return to work, or schools and colleges as the holidays get over, particularly children. For first-timers, the mentioning of school can be overwhelming, more so because they are eager to experience […]

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