Author Archives: Shelly Wager

Can Metabolic Deficiencies Cause Treatment Resistant Depression?

Is there a link between metabolic deficiencies and treatment resistant depression? New research shows that this could be the case. The research shows that diagnosing and treating many metabolic disorders in patients with treatment resistant depression could lead to improved … Continue reading

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PTSD Risks Increase With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury According to Recent Study

According to researchers the risk of developing PTSD increases after a mild traumatic brain injury. Researchers from a variety of organizations which included Washington University in St. Louis, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco General Hospital, … Continue reading

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Research Shows Grandkids Have Higher Risks When There is a Generational History of Depression

A recent research study shows that grandkids who have a multi generational history of MDD, or major depressive disorder, will have higher risks of developing depression as well. The study investigators determined that when an individual has both a parent … Continue reading

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Could Dopamine Activation Lower the Rate of Binge Eating? Research Shows Promise!

Recent research has suggested that specific neurological circuits in the brain that are associated with dopamine production may be able to inhibit binge eating in lab mice. At the current time the cause of binge eating is not known, and … Continue reading

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Which ADHD Treatment Options are Best?

Treatment options for ADHD can run the gauntlet from behavioral modification to heavy medications that are basically pharmaceutical grade speed, and more people than ever before have been diagnosed with this mental disorder. Those diagnosed include a large number of … Continue reading

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