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Las imágenes médicas cerebrales ayudan a entender la neurobiología del trastorno neurológico funcional (de conversión)

Una investigación dirigida por un equipo de investigadores de los departamentos de Neurología, Psiquiatría y Radiología de Massachusetts General Hospital ha descubierto una conectividad alterada entre las regiones cerebrales que se encargan de la señalización sensoriomotora, emocional y cognitiva en pacientes con trastorno neurológico funcional, una condición común que implica síntomas neurológicos que no tienen una causa física aparente.

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Study reveals source of remarkable memory of “superagers”

Study reveals source of remarkable memory of “superagers”. Study reveals source of remarkable memory of “superagers”. Key Takeaways • “Superagers” who performed a challenging memory task in an MRI scanner were able to learn and recall

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For Those Facing COVID, a New Resource

What do I need to know about COVID-19 vaccines? How can I social distance and maintain a positive outlook? How can I cope with the economic hardship of the pandemic? These are just a few of the wide range of questions answered in the new book “Facing COVID-19: A Guide for Patients and Their Families.”

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Words of Hope and Practical Tips

John B. Herman, MD, associate chief of the Mass General Hospital Department of Psychiatry and medical director of the Mass General Brigham Employee Assistance Program (EAP), offers reflections on the emotional impact of COVID-19 at work and at home, hopefulness looking forward, and some day-to-day practical tips on coping and self-care.

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Peer Support Program

​​The Peer Support Program provides timely and confidential support to any Mass General Hospital employee who experiences a stressful situation, such as a patient death, unexpected patient event or other traumatic event related to patient care.

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How to Support Kids Feeling Stressed Out by the Media

It is very important to be aware of what your child is seeing and hearing in the media. Often, children are aware of much more than we know and seeing and hearing more than we realize. Khadijah Booth Watkins, MD, MPH, associate director of the Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds at Mass General Hospital, offers tips for parents to keep in mind when managing stress induced by media exposure.

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Helping Children Navigate Stress

The COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful for children, teens and young adults as they deal with change, uncertainty, anxiety and loss.

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Helpful Hints: Getting the Right Amount of ZZZZZs

Sleep plays a crucial role in one’s physical and mental health. When a person experiences sleep deprivation, attention span and reaction time are impaired, and there is a greater risk of worsening moods, along with injury and adverse health conditions, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease and weight gain.

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