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Tourette’s Syndrome: What is it? Signs and Symptoms

Tourette’s Syndrome: What is it? Signs and Symptoms
Tourette’s Syndrome can be a frustrating condition for those diagnosed. It starts in childhood around 5-7 years old and causes involuntary motor movements and/or verbal sounds (tics) that can significantly interfere with one’s daily life. Tourette’s looks different for everyone who has it. Some signs and symptoms of Tourette’s include, […]

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month
In observance of Mental Health Awareness Month, we want to shed some light on how mental health concerns affect so many of us every single day. This is nothing new; in fact, the number of people affected has only risen over the years. While these concerns were prevalent well before […]

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Coping with Isolation During Quarantine

Coping with Isolation During Quarantine
There is no doubt that these are incredibly rough times for many of us. In our last blog post, we discussed ways to cope with anxiety related to the Coronavirus. In addition to anxiety about the virus itself, many are isolated at home which can cause even more feelings of […]

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Anxiety Surrounding the Widespread Coronavirus

Anxiety Surrounding the Widespread Coronavirus
The Pandemic of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is becoming increasingly widespread and so is the anxiety and fear surrounding it. With an increasing number of cases in the US, businesses and schools shutting down etc., many are left in fear of what is to come next.  It is understandable given the […]

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Suburban Research Associates’ Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Suburban Research Associates’ Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Here at Suburban Research Associates (SRA), we are very concerned about the health of both our patients and employees, so we are taking the following safety precautions due to COVID-19. Business OperationsSRA staff will proceed as usual with seeing private and research patients during our 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, […]

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International Angelman Day: Angelman Syndrome and New Hope for Treatment

International Angelman Day: Angelman Syndrome and New Hope for Treatment
Angelman Syndrome is a rare neuro-genetic condition, specifically in children that can cause developmental delays and challenges and/or affect nerve functioning. Because of the rare nature of the condition, until recently there haven’t been many treatment options available. However, with advancements in the fields of medicine and psychiatry, more research […]

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Mental Health and Valentine’s Day

Mental Health and Valentine’s Day
While Valentine’s Day can be a day filled with love and joy for some; it can also be a hard day for others. For those struggling with anxiety, depression, or other mental health concern; it can make things overwhelming, anxiety-provoking, or even daunting. There can be increased pressure to make […]

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The Importance of Psychiatric and Medical Research: What is It and How it Shapes The Future of Medicine

The Importance of Psychiatric and Medical Research: What is It and How it Shapes The Future of Medicine
Research is a complex topic. Many of us have heard about it. Maybe you’ve even heard about ground breaking outcomes of research in the news but what really is research and why is it so important? Research, particularly psychiatric and medical research, strive to bring new medications to market in […]

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Demystifying Clinical Trials

Demystifying Clinical Trials
Clinical research is a study to answer specific research questions about new drug treatments and is conducted in phases. Each phase has a different purpose in the trial’s course.

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