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Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


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Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


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Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


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Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


Linkage between Personality Traits & Longevity.


Depression Linked to Increase in Harmful Type of Body Fat


Leaving Las Vegas May Reduce Odds of Suicide


Researchers \'Astonished\' by Anorexia Death Rates


More


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Benjamin Rush was the first American physician to believe that mental illness was a disease of the mind and not a possession of demons. He earned the title of "Father of American Psychiatry" by his avid pursuit of studies of the mind. It has been only during the last 2-3 decades, however, that Rush's work on mental illness got

a genuine boost with psychiatric research making great strides in the precise diagnosis & successful treatment of psychiatric disorders. Where once mentally ill were warehoused in public institutions, today most people suffering from mental disorders can be treated effectively. This recent explosion in neuroscience advances has made psychiatry one of the most exciting specialties in medicine. Yet this increasing knowledge only just begins to explain the complexity and variety in human behavior and mental disorders. This website aims to facilitate transmission of psychiatric information among physicians treating mental illness and practicing psychiatry in the United States, and to enhance public understanding about the field of psychiatry and its patients. It contains general info about psychiatry and its sub-specialties, an outline of psychiatric disorders per DSM-IV, articles on select topics, links to other Internet-based mental health resources, some humor & related links, important mental health news, and a catch-all category appropriately titled Content, NOS (Not Otherwise Specified). Last but not the least, we plan to foster an active and vibrant online community via our Discussion Forums section. This Website is managed and monitored by a dedicated group of mental health professionals in association with Tariq M. Ghafoor, M.D., a psychiatrist with dual-fellowship and triple Board Certification. This website is a "work in progress" with much room for expansion and improvement. Any contribution via feedback, suggestions, and relevant content for publication consideration will be appreciated, and can be forwarded to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

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