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It's in your head? Sometimes it is and some times it isn't. This is how the doctors try to decide. Somatoform Disorders: The Skinny, by Dr. Jim Amos, MD - Panopto Viewer

Male or female - sometimes the doctors cannot tell. One woman or male's story, you decide.

Five major psychiatric disorders share common genetic link

Five major psychiatric disorders share common genetic link by Loren Grush, foxnews: Scientists have shown for the first time ever that five major psychiatric disorders, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder and schizophrenia share common genetic risk factors and are not only connected, but may be related through variations in just two genes, which are responsible for encoding calcium channels in the brain. #Psychiatry #Genetics

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Clearing the Fog Around Personality Disorders

"Clearing the Fog Around Personality Disorders - NYTimes.com" I am interested in seeing how the landscape looks when the fog clears.

"A recent report published by a leading expert in the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome states that an underlying endocrine disorder may be partly to blame." Until the known causes are established many diseases are thought to be in your head. Better than the old idea of demons, but still stigmatizing.