Psychiatry and Behavior News

Physical activity can have immediate impactJan 5, 2012
Want a quick pick me up? Choose exercise.
Hectic holidays can raise spirits of chronically ill childDec 16, 2011
Holiday season can offer an emotional boost for chronically ill children who get to see family and loved ones.
Don't let family drama rob you of holiday memoriesDec 16, 2011
Baylor College of Medicine expert gives tips on making the holiday season less stressful.
Holidays should focus on family time, traditionsDec 16, 2011
Taking the focus away from shopping and presents and putting it on family time can be the key to a successful holiday season.
Talking about holidays keeps blues at bayDec 16, 2011
BCM expert says addressing problems, showing support key for adults and children experiencing holiday blues.
Hearing or vision test may be solution to 'bad behavior'Aug 12, 2011
Baylor College of Medicine experts says some classroom behavioral issues may be a sign of hearing, vision problems in children.
Teaching preschoolers independent living skills shapes responsibilityAug 8, 2011
BCM expert offers age-appropriate tasks for kids.
New leadership positions for medical, graduate schools announcedJul 7, 2011
College announces new leadership positions in medical science, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, associate dean of student affairs.
Subtle changes in two or more genes may cause some autism Jun 10, 2011
Baylor College of Medicine researchers believe that the genetic origins of autism may occur along a spectrum.
Hydrate, eat, cover up to withstand summer heat. Jun 2, 2011
The summer heat is intensifying: Baylor College of Medicine expert provides tips for staying cool and safe.