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The Truth Behind Social Anxiety Disorder Virtually everybody has experienced some symptoms of a social anxiety disorder (SAD) before. It is normal to feel nervous before a job interview — Or embarrassed because you made an offensive joke at your work party, causing everyone to glare at you judgingly — even though the joke sounded way funnier in your head. This article is for people that suspect themselves or a friend of… Read More

Neuroscientist and pediatrician Kimberly Noble discuss the effect of income on childhood brain development. The experiences in childhood have a great chance of causing mental and physical problems in childhood life. This is known as the ACE score. Which is a score that tallies childhood abuse, neglect and other childhood experiences for childhood experiences such as physical abuse, molestation, witnessing domestic violence, etc. There’s also a Ted Talk on the ACE Score…. Read More