I'll begin with the one whose author, Daniel Smith, is going to be added to my "Look for anything he writes" list. Monkey Mind: A Memoir of Anxiety has a couple things going for it: Daniel Smith's superb writing, and its marvelous humor.
If a baby starts to cry several hours after drinking his last bottle, his mother knows precisely what he's feeling: He's hungry. He notes the particular quiver to her voice, observes the way she's curled up on the couch, watches the expressions flickering across her face.
In studies recently published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, subjects were given false feedback after taking personality tests. Members of one group were told that they would die alone, while others were told to expect lasting friendships.
Nearly half of employees surveyed by the national administrative staffing firm Office Team say they've worked for an unreasonable boss. You might become depressed, anxious, and stressed, which could affect how well you treat, manage, or cope with your illness.
They discovered that insulin protected the cells from clumps of toxic proteins called amyloid beta-derived diffusible ligands (ADDLs), which target nerve connections in the brain. The discovery that insulin may slow or prevent Alzheimer's-related memory loss fuels existing theories that the disease may be caused by a third type of diabetes.