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Could My Child Be Suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder?

Dec 19, 2016

When winter comes and the days become shorter, does your child’s personality seem to change? Does schoolwork slip? Does he or she seem crankier and ask to play with friends less? Your child might have seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Yes, kids can get it too. Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner ...

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Women Are More Than Twice as Likely to Develop Anxiety Disorders

Dec 1, 2016

Anxiety is potentially the most common mental health concern in the U.S. and it’s on the rise. Forty million Americans have been diagnosed with anxiety disorders, and women are more than twice as likely to be diagnosed with an anxiety disorder than men. Women’s expert Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones ...

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Coping with Anxiety Caused by Things You Can’t Control

Nov 10, 2016

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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What You Can Do to Help Your Child with Anxiety

Nov 7, 2016

More and more children are being treated for anxiety. The kids with these problems seem to get younger and younger each year. What can you do as a parent to help your child struggling with anxiety? Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner shares some simple techniques you can do to help soothe your child and ...

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Treating Depression During Pregnancy

Sep 28, 2016

It is estimated that one in five women will experience depression during pregnancy or after the birth of their child. Many women describe feelings of guilt, isolation or feeling trapped, yet don’t seek treatment for their condition. Dr. Maria Muzik, director of the Women and Infants Health Clinic ...

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Helping a Young Child Cope After a Stressful or Traumatic Event

Aug 22, 2016

From separation anxiety on the first day of school to serious injuries or accidents, young children experience stress and trauma just like everyone else. What can parents do to comfort a child without spoiling or overprotecting them? Dr. Katherine Rosenblum, director of the infant and early ...

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What to Do When a Teen's Anger Spirals Out of Control

Jul 18, 2016

Mood swings and confused emotions are common in growing teenagers. Anger is a normal emotion, but how your teen handles it is what matters. When a teen becomes really angry, there is often another emotion driving the anger. Dr. Cindy Gellner discusses five steps you, as a parent, can discuss with ...

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