Medications have had a remarkable impact in helping to manage many diseases and certainly those for mental issues; often keeping patients out of the hospital, but sometimes “too much of a good thing” can actually backfire. Psychiatrist Dr. Judy Cook joins us today to discuss this problem.
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(Reuters) - Scottish singer Susan Boyle says she has a form of autism known as Asperger's syndrome, a diagnosis she says came as a relief after years of believing she had brain damage. Boyle, 52, told the Observer newspaper in an interview published Saturday she had sought help from a Scottish specialist a year ago believing her childhood diagnosis of brain damage was incorrect. "I was told I had brain damage.