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Megan Griffith

Writer and Editor



Facing Acne
Antibiotics for Acne - Miracle Cure or Global Health Crisis?

If your parents or grandparents are giving you acne advice and waxing poetic about the amazing results they saw when they used antibiotics for acne treatment, you might want to take this recommendation with a grain of salt. Although antibiotics used to be a relatively effective acne treatment, studies in the last decade have shown that antibiotics now produce minimally effective results, if they help at all.

Facing Acne
Cystic Acne - Causes And Best Treatment Options

Cystic acne is a specific form of acne that involves large, painful bumps that can appear on the face, chest, back, or anywhere else acne commonly appears. Unlike blackheads, whiteheads, or pimples, the infection in this kind of acne does not rise to the surface of the skin.

The Mighty
What It Means to Have 'Emotional Hypervigilance'

I vividly remember when a therapist first told me I was hypervigilant - I laughed. A lot. I'm a total space cadet, zoning out at every opportunity and completely missing important social cues. But the therapist clarified: she didn't mean I was hypervigilant of my surroundings, I was hypervigilant of others' emotions.

The Odyssey Online
Are You Tired Of Being Told You're 'Too Sensitive?'

In 1996, psychologist Dr. Elaine N. Aron published the book "The Highly Sensitive Person." In it, she explains a personality trait found in approximately 20 percent of the U.S. population, characterized by increased sensitivity to all sorts of sensory input, from loud noises to bright lights to violent TV shows.



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