Monthly Archives: April 2014

Stanford study finds walking improves creativity

Stanford study finds walking improves creativity Stanford researchers found that walking boosts creative inspiration. They examined creativity levels of people while they walked versus while they sat. A person’s creative output increased by an average of 60 percent when walking.

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Depressed? Researchers identify new antidepressant mechanisms, therapeutic approaches

Depressed? Researchers identify new antidepressant mechanisms, therapeutic approaches DALLAS – April 22, 2014 – Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center are making breakthroughs that could benefit people suffering fromdepression.

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If Your Friends Ever Say They Have ADHD, Just Show Them This.

If Your Friends Ever Say They Have ADHD, Just Show Them This. ADHD is about having broken filters on your perception.  Normal people have a sort of mental secretary that takes the 99% of irrelevant crap that crosses their mind, … Continue reading

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How to Stop Violence – Mentally ill people aren’t killers. Angry people are.

How to Stop Violence – Mentally ill people aren’t killers. Angry people are.   Violence is not a product of mental illness. Nor is violence generally the action of ordinary, stable individuals who suddenly “break” and commit crimes of passion. … Continue reading

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Violence and Serious Mental Disorders: Do Something, Don’t Just Wait for a Diagnosis

Violence and Serious Mental Disorders: Do Something, Don’t Just Wait for a Diagnosis he basics of responding to any illness (after prevention, when possible), including mental illnesses and addictions, are: — Detect it (by screening for it and with clinical examination). — Diagnose … Continue reading

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