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Keeping kids healthy during COVID-19

In this video interview, Richard D’Alli, M.D., MEd, ScM, a UF Health child and adolescent psychiatrist and leading expert for the UF Health Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment, discusses ways to keep kids physically and mentally healthy during these challenging times, including children with neurodevelopmental disorders or special needs.

I was getting buried in clutter. Here’s how I finally got free

Hoarding “With closets overstuffed with clothes that didn’t fit, pots that threatened an avalanche every time I wanted to boil an egg and bookshelves packed two volumes deep, my apartment felt burdened. Growing piles of rubber tubs made it onerous to clean the floors…

Researchers discover “Anxiety Cells” in the brain

“Scientists have found specialized brain cells in mice that appear to control anxiety levels. The finding, reported Wednesday in the journal Neuron, could eventually lead to better treatments for anxiety disorders, which affect nearly 1 in 5 adults in the U.S”. Click here to read…