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The traditional Thanksgiving bird has the protein building-block tryptophan, which your body uses to make serotonin. That's a brain chemical that plays a key role in depression, researchers say. In fact, some antidepressant drugs work by targeting the way your brain uses serotonin. You can get the same mood-boosting effect from chicken and soybeans.
http://www.webmd.com/schizophrenia/ss/slideshow-schizophrenia-overview?ecd=soc_pin_071315_ss_schizophrenia -- It may cause people to hear voices, see imaginary sights, or believe other people are controlling their thoughts. These sensations can be frightening and often lead to erratic behavior.
Whether you're living with ADHD or just have trouble focusing from time to time, today's world is full of concentration killers. Psychologist Lucy Jo Palladino, PhD offers a few tips to manage distractions, starting with social media. It's easy to connect with friends -- and disconnect from work -- many times an hour. Every status update zaps your train of thought, forcing you to backtrack when you resume work.
http://www.webmd.com/balance/features/clutter-hoarding?ecd=soc_pin_eg_ftr_hoarding When is a mess more than just a #mess? You may worry that your paper-piled desk or clothes-strewn rooms mean you're a #hoarder bound for a TV reality show. But most people, even sloppy ones, fall somewhere closer to normal on the #clutter scale. #hoarding
www.webmd.com/anxiety-panic/ss/slideshow-phobias?ecd=soc_pin_042615_ss_phobias -- Should you get help for your phobia? -- Fear protects you from danger. Phobias have little to do with danger. More than 19 million Americans have a phobia -- an intense, irrational fear when they face a certain situation, activity, or object. #scares #halloween #fears #afraid