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Paulo Graziano explains why fidget spinners cause more distraction than concentration for some children.
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Feeling panic is a natural response to danger. The problem comes when you feel panic without a threat.
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Mark Mattson reveals the surprising brain benefits of fasting.
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Barbara Rothbaum answers your questions about phobias and therapies.
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Jeremy Jamieson answers your questions on the stress response and resilience.
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Thomas G. Schulze answers your questions about bipolar disorder and treatments.
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Mohammad Milad answers your questions about anxiety and anxiety disorders.
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Charles A. Nelson answers your questions on how separation is harmful to a child’s developing brain.
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The drugs prescribed to treat symptoms of schizophrenia haven’t changed much in the last half-century. Now, advances in genetic studies could help scientists develop new — and better — treatments.
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Our expert answers your questions about chronic pain, its causes and its treatment.
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We are born with most of the cells that make up our nervous system. However, some parts of the brain add new cells during infancy, and one adds cells throughout life.
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We answer your questions about autism spectrum disorder.
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