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Along these same lines, according to a report in the April 2009 issue of the Harvard Mental Health Letter, rigorous studies have found scientific proof that yoga helps the body deal with stress by slowing heart and breathing rates and lowering blood pressure -- which can benefit new moms after the baby's born, too.
Likewise the Harvard Mental Health Letter for September, 2009 stated that the effectiveness of programs was not clear because they were so varied and inadequately documented.
In fact, people abusing painkillers are most likely to obtain them from friends or family than from any other source, reports the Harvard Mental Health Letter.
Harvard Mental Health Letter, September 2010, "Why Cell Phone Conversations Distract Drivers," http://www.
The death of a pet can trigger a grieving process similar to what happens after the loss of a close friend or family member, reports the March 2010 issue of the Harvard Mental Health Letter.
In the November 2008 Harvard Mental Health Letter it was noted that about 50 to 80 percent of patients find complete relief.
Harvard Mental Health Letter editor Michael Miller sees the introduction of meditation as evidence of a new "stage in the historical evolution of psychotherapy.
Harvard Medical School's Health Publications Group publishes such well-known news letters as Harvard Health Letter, Harvard Men's Health Watch, Harvard Women's Health Watch, Harvard Heart Letter, and Harvard Mental Health Letter.
Nonetheless, it is being promoted as a panacea for a growing list of problems, including panic disorder, eating disorders, depression, and drug abuse, the two psychologists write in the August Harvard Mental Health Letter.
Bakalar, associate editor of the Harvard Mental Health Letter, begin with a brief review of marijuana's history as a medicine, which goes back at least 5,000 years.
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