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Month: April 2012

Yoga May Be Beneficial For Those With Depression or Anxiety

Yoga enthusiasts have long made bold claims about the benefits to be gained through its practice. At long last the medical world may be ready to back up some of those claims with facts. More Americans than ever before are struggling with some sort of mood sensitivity such as depression or anxiety. At the same …

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Childhood Trauma Linked to Problems Regulating Mood and PTSS

Childhood trauma, such as physical or sexual abuse by a parent, can lead to negative mood regulation in adulthood, according to a new study published in the journal Psychological Trauma. Survivors of childhood trauma are also at a higher risk for having more severe symptoms of posttraumatic stress syndrome if such disorders occur after they …

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Online Gambling vs. Offline Gambling: Who is Most at Risk to Become Addicted?

Nowadays you don’t have to get dressed and drive to a casino to bet money on games. Instead, online gambling makes it as easy as a mouse click. The ease of online gambling has led some to wonder whether the physically present (offline) or the online gambler is more at risk to become addicted to …

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