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Mental Health Archives - Page 33 of 86 - Your Health Magazine

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Mental Health

Is Persistent Worrying Affecting Your Life?

By Kathi Whitten, LCSW

Chronic, frequent and intense worrying is a variation of anxiety disorder that severely limits the quality of one's life. It's a habitual response to stressful ... Continue Reading

Overcoming Shyness

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

Shyness refers to a tendency to withdraw from people, particularly people who are unfamiliar. Shyness and other forms of social anxiety are common and they ... Continue Reading

Skin Cancer Know Your ABCD's

By Wilfred R. Ehrmantraut, Jr., MD, PA

The incidence of skin cancer has dramatically increased over the past few years, and has become one of the most common cancers diagnosed today. The ... Continue Reading


By Toni Greene, Owner

Reflexology has roots in China, Japan, Russia, and Egypt. In China, the early physicians used acupressure and reflexology to heal the body. What Is Reflexology? ... Continue Reading

Components of Successful Hearing Aid Evaluations and Fittings

By Gail Linn, MA, CCC-A

Like most medical procedures, a proper protocol needs to be followed in order to achieve success. This is true for the fitting and use of ... Continue Reading

Diabetic Wound Care

By Howard Horowitz, DPM

What is a Diabetic Foot Ulcer? A diabetic foot ulcer is an open sore or wound that most commonly occurs on the bottom of the ... Continue Reading

Smile Whitening

By E. Taylor Meiser, DDS, PA

Smile whitening is now the most popular cosmetic dental procedure for smile enhancement. Smile whitening is also the most convenient, comfortable and quick way to ... Continue Reading

Resolutions, Patience, and Optimism

By Robert A. Fontana, L.C.S.W

This time of year, almost every morning talk show features some therapist discussing the benefits and pitfalls of making New Year's resolutions. So I thought ... Continue Reading

Resolution Rule #1

By Sharon Jentzer, Captain, USN (Ret.)

Of the 40-45% of American adults who make resolutions each year, most resolve to improve their lifestyle by losing weight, exercising more, stopping smoking, and ... Continue Reading

How Do You See Yourself?

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

“I struggle with low self-esteem all the time. I think everyone does. I have so much wrong with me, it's unbelievable.” Angelina Jolie Wikipedia defines ... Continue Reading
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