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Avoid ripple effect of airport stress by planning ahead this holiday seasonNov 19, 2015
Avoid ripple effect of airport stress by planning ahead this holiday season
Don’t drink and shop during the holidays Nov 12, 2015
Dr. Kristin Kassaw discourages drinking and shopping this holiday season.
Physical ailments often confused with behavioral issuesAug 28, 2015
For some children a health problem could be to blame for acting up in class or even a drop in grades. Our experts say what might look like a behavioral issue could actually be a sign of hearing loss, sleep apnea or a voice problem.
Tips help students make successful college transitionAug 20, 2015
Back-to-school takes on new meaning for students heading off to college, and our experts offer some helpful tips to help with the new transition.
Anxious? Put down the caffeineJul 8, 2015
While caffeine may help you stay alert in the short term, it is a well-known cause for excessive anxiety according to our experts.
What you can do right now to improve your moodJun 3, 2015
The blues, a funk or a bad mood – whatever you want to call it – it’s is not an uncommon feeling, but according to an expert at Baylor College of Medicine, it’s how you react to it that matters.
Stanford psychiatry chair to speak at Baylor College of MedicineApr 1, 2015
Dr. Laura Roberts, chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine, will receive this year’s Joan and Stanford Alexander Award in Psychiatry and deliver a lecture April 15.
Grant funds anxiety intervention in older adultsSep 23, 2014
Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine have received $2.1 million for a research project focusing on identifying and providing interventions for anxiety in older adults.
More mental health screening, treatment resources for people with diabetes neededJul 10, 2014
Baylor professor authors JAMA commentary citing a critical need for more mental health screening and treatment resources for people with diabetes.
Cocaine vaccine makes significant strides but does not decrease overall cocaine useMay 6, 2014
New study led by Baylor shows significant progress in developing a vaccine for cocaine addiction.