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    November 18, 2020

    Pandemic Tips for Parents: How to Manage Your Family’s Mental Health

    The COVID-19 pandemic is hard for kids and parents alike. Worries about your family’s health plus changes in school, work, and social life can leave anyone overwhelmed.

    Continue Reading...
    November 17, 2020

    9 Ways to Help Your Child’s Mental Health During COVID-19

    When COVID-19 first came into our lives, most of us focused on immediate physical concerns: How do I stay safe, and how do I keep my family safe?

    Months into this crisis, many parents now have an additional worry: the pandemic’s long-term effects on the mental health of children and teens.

    Continue Reading...
    November 12, 2020

    Schizophrenia Treatment: How Pharmacogenetic Testing Can Help

    Anyone living with schizophrenia or who has a loved one with the illness knows that it’s a complex mental health condition to manage.

    The condition, which affects thinking and can cause a person to lose touch with reality, can have heavy emotional, physical, and financial tolls. Schizophrenia is a common cause of disability, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. People with schizophrenia have a higher risk of suicide than the average person. They may also have other conditions, such as depression.

    Continue Reading...
    October 28, 2020

    Mental Health During and After Pregnancy: What Women Should Know

    If there’s one sure thing about pregnancy, it’s that it brings about a whirlwind of changes. But even the most prepared mother-to-be may be surprised by what could lie ahead.

    Sure, all the books told you that your body would change, but did anyone warn you that almost every part of it could be affected?

    Similarly, yes, you braced yourself for mood swings—but what if changes in your mood are actually a sign of something more serious?

    Continue Reading...
    October 21, 2020

    COVID-19 Anxiety and Depression: Where to Turn for Help

    Is the COVID-19 pandemic bringing out the worst of your anxiety and depression? Are you more isolated than ever? You’re not alone.

    Continue Reading...
    October 17, 2020

    How to Help Your Child Resume School After a Mental Health Crisis

    Imagine your scariest first day of school. Now imagine it’s your first day returning to school after a hospitalization or an extended absence due to a mental health condition.

    Catching up academically is a big concern. Fitting in is another—how do you pick up where you left off with classmates and teachers?

    Continue Reading...
    September 17, 2020

    3 Ways Pharmacogenetic Testing Can Personalize ADHD Treatment

    If you’ve watched your child struggle for months to maintain focus or sit still, it can be a relief to hear a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Now you understand why school or activities may be difficult for your child.

    Continue Reading...
    August 21, 2020

    The Surprising Ways Your Ethnicity Can Affect Mental Health Treatment

    Your daughter has taken multiple prescription medications to control her anxiety disorder, but they’ve caused side effects like nausea and vomiting. Worse, none have helped her anxiety. Is this a normal response to medications, or could her genetics be influencing this response? 

    The answer could be both.

    Continue Reading...
    July 31, 2020

    Dr. Phil Discusses How Genomind Can Help Mental Health Treatment

    Depression, anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and other mental health conditions can be a challenge for both patients and their families. When medication doesn’t seem to work, it can make daily life more daunting. 

    Continue Reading...
    July 23, 2020

    How Learning Disabilities Can Affect Your Child’s Mental Health

    Learning disabilities are a frustrating part of life for many children and teens. All too often, however, these differences in information processing can get confused with mental health conditions. They can also mask, coexist with, or contribute to mental health issues.

    Continue Reading...
    November 18, 2020

    Pandemic Tips for Parents: How to Manage Your Family’s Mental Health

    The COVID-19 pandemic is hard for kids and parents alike. Worries about your family’s health plus changes in school, work, and social life can leave anyone overwhelmed.

    Continue Reading...
    November 17, 2020

    9 Ways to Help Your Child’s Mental Health During COVID-19

    When COVID-19 first came into our lives, most of us focused on immediate physical concerns: How do I stay safe, and how do I keep my family safe?

    Months into this crisis, many parents now have an additional worry: the pandemic’s long-term effects on the mental health of children and teens.

    Continue Reading...
    November 12, 2020

    Schizophrenia Treatment: How Pharmacogenetic Testing Can Help

    Anyone living with schizophrenia or who has a loved one with the illness knows that it’s a complex mental health condition to manage.

    The condition, which affects thinking and can cause a person to lose touch with reality, can have heavy emotional, physical, and financial tolls. Schizophrenia is a common cause of disability, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. People with schizophrenia have a higher risk of suicide than the average person. They may also have other conditions, such as depression.

    Continue Reading...
    October 28, 2020

    Mental Health During and After Pregnancy: What Women Should Know

    If there’s one sure thing about pregnancy, it’s that it brings about a whirlwind of changes. But even the most prepared mother-to-be may be surprised by what could lie ahead.

    Sure, all the books told you that your body would change, but did anyone warn you that almost every part of it could be affected?

    Similarly, yes, you braced yourself for mood swings—but what if changes in your mood are actually a sign of something more serious?

    Continue Reading...
    October 21, 2020

    COVID-19 Anxiety and Depression: Where to Turn for Help

    Is the COVID-19 pandemic bringing out the worst of your anxiety and depression? Are you more isolated than ever? You’re not alone.

    Continue Reading...
    October 17, 2020

    How to Help Your Child Resume School After a Mental Health Crisis

    Imagine your scariest first day of school. Now imagine it’s your first day returning to school after a hospitalization or an extended absence due to a mental health condition.

    Catching up academically is a big concern. Fitting in is another—how do you pick up where you left off with classmates and teachers?

    Continue Reading...
    September 17, 2020

    3 Ways Pharmacogenetic Testing Can Personalize ADHD Treatment

    If you’ve watched your child struggle for months to maintain focus or sit still, it can be a relief to hear a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Now you understand why school or activities may be difficult for your child.

    Continue Reading...
    August 21, 2020

    The Surprising Ways Your Ethnicity Can Affect Mental Health Treatment

    Your daughter has taken multiple prescription medications to control her anxiety disorder, but they’ve caused side effects like nausea and vomiting. Worse, none have helped her anxiety. Is this a normal response to medications, or could her genetics be influencing this response? 

    The answer could be both.

    Continue Reading...
    July 31, 2020

    Dr. Phil Discusses How Genomind Can Help Mental Health Treatment

    Depression, anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and other mental health conditions can be a challenge for both patients and their families. When medication doesn’t seem to work, it can make daily life more daunting. 

    Continue Reading...
    July 23, 2020

    How Learning Disabilities Can Affect Your Child’s Mental Health

    Learning disabilities are a frustrating part of life for many children and teens. All too often, however, these differences in information processing can get confused with mental health conditions. They can also mask, coexist with, or contribute to mental health issues.

    Continue Reading...

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