Latest Mental Health Shows

Coping with Anxiety Caused by Things You Can’t Control

Jul 31, 2019

Many things in the world can cause anxiety and often they're beyond your control. Yet, you shouldn't ignore or dismiss what you are feeling. Psychiatrist Maria Reyes tells us the three steps she recommends her patients use to manage anxiety the right way....

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Stressed? Mindfulness Exercise Can Relax Your Mind and Body

Jul 16, 2019

Dr. Paul Thielking teaches an eight-week mind and body skills group for cancer patients. He walks us through a mindfulness and breathing exercise to help with relaxation. Although developed for cancer patients, this breathing exercise works for anyone....

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Study Reveals Need for More Autism Screening in Toddlers

Jun 3, 2019

A recent study shows that the number of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder during early childhood, between the ages of 2 and 3, has remained stagnant over many years. Autism specialist Dr. Deborah Bilder explains why the statistics are troubling and how early diagnosis and intervention...

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Remember to Tell Your Child 'I Love You'

May 27, 2019

The saying goes, "Sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt me." But this, unfortunately, may not be the case for many of us, especially children. As parents, we should remind our children how special they are as individuals. Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner talks about the ...

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The Three Most Common Health Issues for Individuals with Autism and How to Treat Them

Apr 10, 2019

Many have wondered if different treatments are needed when someone with autism also suffers from gastrointestinal problems, epilepsy, and sleep disorders. Dr. Daniel L. Coury, Medical Director of The Autism Treatment Network of Autism Speaks, tells us what the research says when it comes to treating...

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Using the Right Words to Support a Recovering Alcoholic

Mar 13, 2019

Choosing to enter recovery for alcohol addiction is a difficult decision that requires a lot of support. Psychiatrist Dr. Jason Hunziker discusses how to support a friend or family member without accidentally causing offense....

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Starting the New Year Happier Is Important for Your Health

Jan 4, 2019

We all strive to be happy, but sometimes events in your life can bring you down. Did last year not go as well as you were hoping? Wondering how you could be happier in the new year? Psychiatrist Anne Lin says a negative outlook will set you up for failure, so it’s important to stay positive when ...

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