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Understanding the scattered (ADHD) brain

12 Feb 2021

  Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a commonly misunderstood mental health condition. This video discusses what ADHD is and what the symptoms are...

The Science of Anxiety

26 Jan 2021

Anxiety is a normal response to stressful or dangerous situations and almost all of us have experienced it before but why? This video was shared by Life...

What is ADHD?

08 Jan 2021

There are different types of ADHD: inattentive, hyperactive/impulsive, and combined. ADHD impacts kids, teenagers, and adults but is treatable with the help of...

Schizophrenia Symptoms

03 Jan 2021

How can you tell if you have schizophrenia? Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness that impacts the way people think, feel, and behave. Some symptoms of...

The 4 Schizophrenia Symptoms You Need to Know

17 Oct 2020

Schizophrenia is one of the most highly stigmatized mental health conditions, but the public perception of schizophrenia couldn’t be further from the truth. Nearly 50%...

The Science of Addiction and The Brain

12 Sep 2020

What causes addiction? Is it something in our brain, our environment or our genetics? Learn about the science of addiction and the brain. This video was shared by...

Obesity’s Impact on Brain Health

21 Aug 2020

Dr. Eva Feldman provides an overview of how obesity has become an epidemic in the United States. She discusses how obesity leads to a variety of complications,...

Depression and Sleep

21 Jul 2020

Major Depressive Disorder may impact your sleep with symptoms such as insomnia, difficulty staying asleep, or sleeping too much. When changes to sleep patterns persist,...

Physical Symptoms of Depression

21 Jul 2020

The symptoms of MDD that are related to your physical health can include a lack of energy or feelings of fatigue, a decrease in movement, and more. Learn more about...

Behavior Changes During Depression

21 Jul 2020

Major Depressive Disorder can have an effect on daily actives, like eating, sleeping, and working. Learn about the behavioral symptoms of MDD, and how a professional...

Are Schizophrenia Simulations Accurate?

27 May 2020

I live with schizoaffective disorder and in this video, I react to and discuss three different schizophrenia simulations. This video is shared by Living Well with...

Addiction Neuroscience 101

26 Apr 2020

This is an overview of the neurobiology of addiction This video was shared by HMA Institute on Addiction

Appetite, Obesity, and the Brain

26 Feb 2020

Scientists studying obesity have identified a number of brain chemicals that regulate appetite and play a role in weight gain. This video was shared by...

Neuroinflammation in Psychosis

26 Feb 2020

Connecting brain and mind: Neuroscience and the future of psychiatry’ drew a capacity audience to Downing College at the University of Cambridge on 13 April for the...

Is ADHD An Advantage?

26 Apr 2019

Could ADHD be an evolutionary advantage? This video was shared by ASAPSCIENCE

Neuroscience – Addiction and the Brain

06 Apr 2019

Addiction is a complex disorder that can be defined as a “loss of control over a reward-seeking behaviour” (Robert West, 2006). According to Kolb and Volkow...

The Neuroscience of Addiction

03 Feb 2019

Neuroscientist and former addict Marc Lewis makes the case that addiction isn’t a disease at all, although it has been recently branded as such. This video was...

Neuroscience of Anxiety

02 Feb 2019

Alie knows all about how stressful grad school can be. But what happens when stress is more than just stress? In this video, we’re talking about the neuroscience...

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Using SSRIS In Pregnancy

28 Nov 2012

Over the last decade, attention in the medical literature has gathered logarithmically to focus on potentially efficacious treatments for...

Is My Child ‘Bipolar’?

26 Apr 2012

We all understand that bipolar disorder is a mood disorder, characterized by periods of depression and mania, that many of us have seen in...