AADT's Session Wrap-Up
> 6/4/2007 9:58:32 AM

If you've noticed an increase in the number of posts per day, you're not hallucinating. We've added some new writers here at Anxiety, Addiction and Depression Treatments, which means that we're now able to cover more of the stories that might have fallen by the wayside in the past. Our readers can expect more news and more analysis with the same level of quality and care you've come to expect. The only downside is with all the stories getting written up every week, our Session Wrap-Up just isn't as juicy. We hope to dig a little deeper to bring you comment and opinions from some of the other great blogs around this here blogosphere. Here's some of the stories and posts worth checking out from the week that was:

Guide to Psychology Blogs - PsyBlog, a terrific read on all things brain related, has a great round-up of other blogs that focus on issues of psychology and neurology. We appreciate the shout-out!

Cigarette Smoke Alters DNA in Sperm, Genetic Damage Could Spread to Offspring - The possibility of passing the ills of tobacco along to one's children only further confirms that smoking is far from a single-victim offense.

The Strength of Weak Touches - Some interesting research shows that in social settings, light physical contact boosts the would-be romantic's luck in love.

Need a Tanning Fix? You Might Be Addicted - Many might scoff at the thought of tanning dependence/withdrawal, but it's not hard to see how these beds might make for very bad habits.

My Turn: the Real Burden of Eating Disorders - As one woman writes in Newsweek's "My Turn," the lives behind anorexia add up to much more than thinning waistlines.

Long Workouts Best for Raising Good Cholesterol - For heart health, time and pace maintenance are more important than intensity.

Finding Some Calm After Living With "the Shakes" - Far from a symptom of  mental instability, essential tremors are a very real and treatable problem.

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