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Dr Barbara Harris

Dr. Barbara Harris is a US-based medical doctor with a special interest and academic background in public health. Besides working in the US public health sector, she loves to help people lead healthier lives through her articles and write-ups. She believes strongly that health promotion, education, and advocacy are the keys to solving most health-related challenges.

Education:

M.D. – Doctor Of Medicine
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, United States, Graduated 2018

B.Sc. – Biology
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, United States, Graduated 2014

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Depression

Importance of Self-Care in The Prevention of Depression

Depression is a crippling illness that can significantly affect your capacity for daily functioning. Depression can significantly impact your ability to function in your daily …

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Anxiety

The Role of Technology in Reducing Anxiety: Especially with New Apps and Tools to Help

Anxiety disorders, alongside depressive disorders and stress have greatly contributed to the increasing rise of visits to the hospital. They are the most common psychiatric …

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Anxiety

Complementary and Alternative Therapy for Anxiety

Anxiety is a feeling of unease and worry. Common signs of anxiety include excessive sweating, heart palpitations, and nervousness, which are often considered as typical …

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Essential Read

The Impact of Technology and Social Media on Mental Health

It is common knowledge that Change is the only constant thing in life. It is also safe to say that evolution is another constant concept. …

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Medical

The Impact of Technology on Stress

From the myriads of social media content that can cause low self-esteem to the explicit yoga classes you enjoy in the comfort of your home, …

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Anxiety

Benefits of Exercising to Combat Anxiety

Anxiety is a feeling of tension, nervousness, worrying thoughts, and physical disturbances such as sweating, elevated blood pressure, and increased heartbeat (1,2).   Anxiety disorders …

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Depression

The Role of Therapy and Medication in The Treatment of Depression

Depression is a common and serious mental health condition that affects millions of people worldwide. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that about 280 million …

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Insomnia

Insomnia: The Benefits of Sleep Hygiene To Prevent Insomnia And Promote Healthy Sleep

Insomnia is a disorder characterized by difficulty staying asleep or difficulty sleeping at night. At times, a patient may complain of the inability to go …

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Coping Mechanism

The Role of Creative Expression in Reducing Stress

Everyone experiences stress, which is an average human reaction. The human is built in a way that it can experience high levels of stress and …

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Anxiety

The Impact of Diet and Nutrition on Anxiety

Anxiety is a feeling of uneasiness and worry. When you have anxiety, you may experience excessive sweating, palpitations, and nervousness, w

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