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Psychiatric Times

Eating Disorders and OTC Weight-Loss Product Consumption in Adolescents

Dr. Anne Marie O'Melia is featured in this Psychiatric Times article about eating disorders and adolescent use of over-the-counter weight-loss products. The article discusses the psychological contributors to OTC weight-loss drug use; the increased use of GLP-1 agonist medications like Ozempic for weight-loss; strategies for early identification and intervention; and the connection between social media and adolescents with eating disorders.
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Her Agenda

Here’s How To Spot Teacher Burnout Symptoms

As teachers navigate the increasing demands of the classroom, personal commitments, and the daily hustle and bustle, burnout can emerge through various physical and emotional symptoms.

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How Many Days Does It Really Take For a New Habit to Stick?

No, it doesn’t take 21 days to form a new habit.

New research, published earlier this year in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) found that there is no set timeframe associated with habit forming.

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The New York Times

9 Ways to Improve Your Relationships in 2024

Heading into the New Year, New York Times writer Catherine Pearson shared "9 Ways to Improve Your Relationships in 2024," a round-up of tips from stories this past year, one which features quotes from Dr. Elizabeth Easton.
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The Daily Dot

‘Crisis candies’: Woman’s therapist told her to use Warheads to stop panic attacks

The Daily Dot discusses how sour candies can be used to help stop panic attacks and provides insight from a previous interview with Dr. Toya Roberson-Moore for The article features a TikTok user who went viral for sharing tips from their therapist to use Warheads to stop a panic attack. Dr. Roberson-Moore shares how the brain interprets a response to sour candy.
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Can Stress Make You Sick? Fever, Blood Pressure And More

Pathlight's Dr. Matthew Pierson discusses the physical and mental impact stress can have on our bodies in this Forbes Health article. The piece breaks down the types of stress; how it impacts the body; outlines the illnesses associated with stress; and provides helpful tips for managing stress.
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How to Stop a Panic Attack, According to Experts

Dr. Toya Roberson-Moore is featured in this Prevention Magazine article, How to Stop a Panic Attack, According to Experts, and shares insight about what causes them; the brain's response; and how to recognize, calm, and manage anxiety.