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      ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children) Article
      • Childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD in children) facts
      • What is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)?
      • What are risk factors and causes of ADHD in children?
      • What are signs and symptoms of ADHD in children?
      • Are there ADHD tests? How do physicians diagnose ADHD in children?
      • What are the treatments for ADHD in children? What are possible side effects of ADHD medications?
      • What are complications and the prognosis of ADHD in children?
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      • What is the latest research on ADHD in children?
      • Are there support groups for children with ADHD?
      • Where can people find more information on ADHD in children?
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      Depression Article
      • Depression facts
      • What is a depressive disorder?
      • What are myths about depression?
      • What are the types of depression, and what are depression symptoms and signs?
      • Depression symptoms and signs in men
      • Depression symptoms and signs in women
      • Depression symptoms and signs in teenagers
      • Depression symptoms and signs in children
      • What are the causes and risk factors for depression?
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      • What treatments are available for depression?
      • What is the general approach to treating depression?
      • What about sexual dysfunction related to antidepressants?
      • What about discontinuing antidepressants?
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      • What is the prognosis for depression?
      • How can depression be prevented?
      • What about self-help and home remedies for depression?
      • How can someone help a person who is depressed?
      • Where can one seek help for depression?
      • What is in the future for depression?
      • Where can people find more information about depression?
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      Stress Article
      • Stress facts
      • What is stress?
      • A brief history of stress
      • What are the signs and symptoms of poorly managed stress?
      • Who is most vulnerable to stress?
      • Teen stress
      • What is the healthy response to stress?
      • How does the response to stress work?
      • What is the role of the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis (grouping) in stress?
      • What is the role of the locus coeruleus in stress?
      • How do the connections in the brain work in stress?
      • What do we know about using (activating) and overusing our internal systems that respond to stress?
      • What are the effects of stress on medical and psychological conditions?
      • Conclusions about the effects of stress
      • What can people do for stress management?
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      Obesity Article
      • Obesity facts
      • What is obesity?
      • How common is obesity?
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      • What causes obesity?
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      • How is body fat measured?
      • What about weight-for-height tables?
      • What is the body mass index (BMI)?
      • Does it matter where body fat is located? (Is it worse to be an "apple" or a "pear"?)
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      • What is the role of physical activity and exercise in obesity?
      • What is the role of diet in the treatment of obesity?
      • What is the role of medication in the treatment of obesity?
      • What about herbal fen/phen?
      • What about meal substitutes, artificial sweeteners, and OTC products?
      • What is the role of surgery in the treatment of obesity?
      • How can patients choose a safe and successful weight-loss program?
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      Teens Article
      • What's involved with teen disease prevention?
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      • Healthy living facts
      • Eating (diet)
      • Physical activity and exercise
      • Avoid tobacco use
      • Avoid excessive alcohol consumption
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