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Women's Health Report: Change Your Life

9/27/2009

Women are twice as likely to suffer from anxiety as men are. In fact, it has become a way of life for many women. I recently reviewed a book on the subject by Jerilyn Ross, president and CEO of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, called "One Less Thing to Worry About."

How to Overcome Social Anxiety Disorder

4/21/2009

Silver Spring, Md. (April 21, 2009) — Sarah struggled with loneliness, anxiety, and fear. At age 27, she was isolated and had no lasting relationships. A nurse, she was anxious every day about having to discuss her patients with her coworkers. She knew that her fears and extreme shyness were holding her back. After years of suffering, she received professional help, and she was diagnosed with social anxiety disorder.

ADAA and The HealthCentral Network Form Alliance

5/21/2008

The Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA) (www.adaa.org) and The HealthCentral Network (www.HealthCentral.com) today announced that ADAA will join HealthCentral’s growing community of patients, caregivers, advocates and health experts dedicated to helping people suffering from anxiety disorders get the information, advice and support they need to cope with the condition.

ADAA Launches "Treat It, Don't Repeat It: Break Free From OCD," National Educational Campaign

3/13/2008

More than half of adults with untreated obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) reported their condition has a negative impact on important relationships - at work, at home, and in their personal life, according to a new national survey commissioned by the Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA) and conducted by Harris Interactive. OCD is a debilitating anxiety disorder that affects more than 2 million American adults.

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