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Her preferred environment, often accented by a Japanese anime soundtrack streaming through snug earplugs, featured a mix of fairies, mermaids and vampires, according to her mother. They were the protagonists of a digital realm where she said she was "
In the remarkable new study, Dr. Andrew McIntosh and his colleagues at the University of Edinburgh provide new evidence that the genetic risk for schizophrenia is associated with lower IQ among people who do not develop this disorder. The authors
Snake (real name Aurelian Smith Jr.) has struggled with drug and alcohol addiction for decades -- but his rep tells TMZ, the 57-year-old has been sober for over 180 days ... and has decided to kick start his life by embarking on a new career ... as a
The area was earlier used for maintenance but is now available because of the new district Maintenance and Storage Facility on Aviation Drive in Hailey. The work, set to begin this summer, will involve building two new classrooms, new restrooms
The long-awaited, controversial new edition of the bible of psychiatry can be characterized by many numbers: its 947 pages, its $199 price tag, its more than 300 maladies (from "dependent personality disorder" and "voyeuristic disorder" to "delayed
There's at least one lawyer out there who's a diagnosed sociopath. That lawyer has written a book called " Confessions of a Sociopath " with the byline M.E. Thomas, revealing how a person with homicidal impulses can thrive in the law. Sociopaths
Breastfeeding has been shown to have a positive impact on child development, good health, and protection against illness...The study has been published in the journal Breastfeeding Medicine. --ANI special-features Headlines:
The therapeutic value of a good squeeze for emotional wellbeing is well documented. For people affected by autism, post-traumatic stress and anxiety or attention disorders, research has shown that hugging is an especially effective soother. That is
According to a new survey, U.S. students rank the worst in getting sleep...Poor behavior, inattention, impulsivity, decreased cognitive performance and paradoxical hyperactivity in kids...If you guessed attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, you'
Ind. (AP) Purdue University scientists studying how autism develops in young children are seeking the infant siblings of autistic youngsters for a new study of the mysterious disorder. The researchers are enrolling infants between six and 18 months