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    The 1 Frightening Sign Someone You Know Has a Drug Problem

    It’s scary to think you may know someone who has a drug addiction — but it’s not a far-fetched reality. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, synthetic opioid, heroin, and cocaine usage has sharply risen in the U.S. over the years. And over 64,000 people in the country died from a drug overdose […]

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    These Bad Habits Are Making Your Anxiety Even Worse

    You can worsen your anxiety symptoms unknowingly just by going about your day as normal. Simple things likedrinking too much coffee, stress-eating, and even procrastinating can intensify your temptation to crawl under your desk and curl up into a ball. Since no one should go through life with that much anxiety, it’s time to learn […]

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    10 Signs You’re Falling Out of Love With Your Partner
    10 Signs You’re Falling Out of Love With Your Partner

    There’s nothing quite like the feeling of falling in love, which is why falling out of love is also a whirlwind of emotions. But as the saying goes, it’s better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all. As another saying goes, though, breaking up is hard to do. It’s also a […]

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    Yoga Is a Naturally Proven Way to Help With Depression

    There’s some real power in doing downward-facing dog. According to a number of studies being presented at the 125th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in Washington, D.C., practicing yoga multiple times a week can be an effective treatment for depression, along with using traditional remedies. One investigation focused on the benefits of hatha […]

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    This Country, Once Again, Is the Happiest Nation in the World

    It’s a tough world out there, a new report on the emotional well-being of people worldwide shows. In the survey, pollsters asked nearly 150,000 people in 142 countries to rate their levels of emotional positivity and negativity. They found that people’s reports of their positive emotions have stayed relatively constant over the past 10 years, but reports […]

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    Does My Child Have a Mood Disorder?

    People of all ages can develop depression or other mood disorders, and that includeschildren and adolescents. According to statistics from the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 3.7 percent of children ages 8 to 15 have a mood disorder. When the ages are skewed higher, 14 percent of 13- […]

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    Prince Harry Perfectly Explains What Panic Attacks Feel Like

    Does this sound familiar? In a recent interview with Forces TV, a U.K. Army channel, Prince Harry opened up about his experience with panic attacks, giving an honest description of what it’s like to deal with this mental health issue. “In my case, every single time I was in any room with loads of people, which […]

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    Being Forgetful Could Actually Make You Smarter

    “I want to be more forgetful!” said no one, ever, but a group of scientists now say that forgetfulness might not be as bad as you think—it could help your brain work more efficiently. That’s the takeaway message from a new scientific review paper published in the journalNeuron. In the paper, researchers Paul Frankland, a […]

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    Spacing Out Comes with One Very Negative Side Effect

    Most people space out at some point during their day. And while it’s totally normal for your mind to wander here and there, new research shows that people who are regularly spacey might have some issues down the road: They’re less likely to stick to their long-term goals. The research, which was published in the Canadian […]