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REFILE-Traumatic childhood events more common among military volunteers

People who served in themilitary tend to have experienced more traumatic childhoodevents, such as being abused or living...

Traumatic childhood events more common among military volunteers

People who served in themilitary tend to have experienced more traumatic childhoodevents, such as being abused or living...

Peer-led stress reduction may help mothers of kids with autism

Programs teaching "mindfulness"and "positive psychology" both helped mothers of children withautism and other mental-development...

Babies of anxious mothers more likely to cry excessively: study

Women with anxiety disorders maybe more likely to have babies who cry excessively, suggests anew German study. Researchers...

Government report finds 2.3 percent of Americans gay or bisexual

U.S. government data released on Tuesday showedthat 2.3 percent of American adults are either gay or bisexualand that these...

Negative emotions may raise stroke risk: study

People who suffer from highlevels of stress, hostility and depression may be more likely tohave strokes, suggests a new study....

Smartphones allow do-it-yourself stress hormone tests

The next addition to thecollection of health apps coming online for smartphones may be astress test, researchers said at...

Weight gain differs with various antidepressants

People who take antidepressantstend to put on a few pounds, a new study confirms, and some ofthe drugs are linked to more...

Psoriasis linked to worse quality of life for family members, too

Both psoriasis patients and thepeople who live with them say psoriasis negatively impacts theirquality of life, according...

When parents are injured, children may get PTSD

Children are susceptible todeveloping symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD,when their parents are seriously...

Stressful relationships may raise risk of death

Worries, conflicts and demandsin relationships with friends, family and neighbors maycontribute to an earlier death suggests...

Good asthma management may stave off kids' anxiety

Children with asthma are no morelikely than their peers to suffer mental health problems -provided their asthma is well-controlled,...

Athlete anxiety no excuse to skip heart test: study

After finding thatstudent-athletes felt no more distress about heart screeningwith electrocardiograms, or ECGs, than they...

Fear, MRIs tied to double mastectomy decision

Factors other than medicalhistory and risk may influence women with cancer in one breastto have both breasts removed even...

Meditation may help with anxiety, depression and pain

Mindfulness meditation may be useful in battles against anxiety, depression and pain, according to a fresh look at past research....

CORRECTED-Teen eating disorders may impact weight later: study

Young teens who binge eat and those who are fearful of weight gain may be more likely to become overweight later in adolescence,...

Teen eating disorders may impact weight later: study

Young teens who binge eat and those who are fearful of weight gain may be more likely to become overweight later in adolescence,...

Labia surgeries may be driven by unnatural images

Women who were initially exposed to images of surgically modified female genitalia were more likely to consider them 'normal'...

Anxiety linked to stroke risk

Men and women with severe symptoms of anxiety may have a higher risk of stroke than their more relaxed counterparts, a new...

New York mayor-elect's teen daughter shares struggles in video

The teenage daughter of New York City's next mayor, Bill de Blasio, released a video on Tuesday in which she discusses her...

Nurses' reassurances may not help kids' stress: study

Nurses understandably want to reassure kids during a medical procedure. But a new Scottish study looking at dental care suggests...

Parent behaviors linked to kids' anxiety, depression

Young people whose parents tend to fight with each other or are overinvolved in their kids' lives are at increased risk of...

Group therapy may help ease social anxiety disorder

Talk therapy conducted in groups could help people with social anxiety disorder, according to a new review of past studies....

Childhood trauma may contribute to teen weight problems

Children who have gone through trying times are more likely to be overweight by age 15, a new study suggests. Stress in childhood...

Maternal PTSD linked to children's trauma

The children of mothers with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be at high risk of being traumatized themselves, according...

Exposure therapy good addition for OCD treatment: study

Exposure therapy and antidepressants help lessen the severity of symptoms for people with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)...

Dogs help military veterans cope with civilian life

When retired U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Justin Madore has nightmares, his dog Cody is there to wake him up. "Cody gets up in...

Trauma therapy may ease distress for mothers of preemies

A type of therapy developed to treat victims of military trauma can help ease distress and depression among mothers of babies...

Kids' chronic stomach pain tied to anxiety disorders

Children with chronic or recurring stomach pain without a clear medical explanation were also more likely to have an anxiety...

Docs can safely treat alcoholism, PTSD together: study

Despite fears that exposure therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) would worsen alcoholism, a new study found that...

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