Research and News

Depression rates are on the rise and doctors at Children's Hospital University of Illinois are trying to do something about it.

Will a new government program help children who are at risk for mental illness? Children in Australia are now being screened for a range of disorders at 3 years of age.

Persistent depression may require targeted and aggressive treatment. A new drug shown to alleviate such depression is being tested for its effectiveness on PTSD.

Severe Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can be difficult to treat. New treatment methods are showing promising results.

Did you know that even children can suffer from anxiety disorders? Experts are concerned children with anxiety may not be getting the treatment they need.

Is there a link between anxiety and compassion? Dr. James R. Doty, Professor of Neurosurgery at Stanford University, believes there is.

A recent study reveals key differences between schizophrenics with and without panic disorder. With more information, better treatment methods may be uncovered.

What are the advantages of using animal-assisted therapy to treat anxiety disorders? Read about them here.

Does a woman's brain work harder than a man's? A new study done at Michigan State University answers this question.

Discover the Amazing Role Cutting Edge Science and Technologies Such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is having in Anxiety Treatment
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