Your Mental Health Update: A Week in Review | 12/30/2018 | MedCircle News



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This Week in Mental Health News:

ADHD –
A study published last week in the New England Journal of Medicine found that children who were the youngest in their grade in elementary school have a 32% higher risk of being diagnosed with ADHD than their older peers. Why?

ANXIETY –
Both societal expectations and biology may cause high-functioning anxiety disorder to manifest differently in men and women. What are the 5 fascinating ways those differences manifest?

PERSONALITY DISORDERS –
Here are 10 quick facts about borderline personality disorders that you and your loved ones should know.

BIPOLAR DISORDER –
Self Magazine compiled 8 surprising facts about the link between psychosis and bipolar disorder that we think you should know.

DEPRESSION –
Why does depression around the holidays seem to intensify- especially in older folks?

OCD –
A new study shows that individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder are significantly less likely to become overweight or obese. But why?

PTSD –
Post-traumatic stress disorder often looks like autism in young children and vice versa. What are the similarities?

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