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Probably the most common question from someone who suspects he, she or a loved one has a mental illness is, "What is diagnosis like?" The fear of th...
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It's not unusual for people to feel sad or depressed in the short-term, nor is it unusual for people to experience a few nights of insomnia due to str...
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Depression is the number one mental health problem for Americans, yet it is also one of the least understood of the illnesses in psychology. We know...
Silver Linings Playbook
The newly-released Silver Linings Playbook is a film about a former teacher who's been in a mental health facility for eight months and was just relea...
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A key portion of the Affordable Care Act was finalized last week, expanding access to substance abuse and mental disorder benefits. Whatever your th...
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One of the chief complaints many people have with psychiatry is that definitions and diagnoses for many mental illnesses are relatively broad and ofte...
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Over the years, the stage and screen have not been kind to the mentally ill. While illnesses like cancer, disabilities like multiple sclerosis, and...
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Ever wonder why our natural reaction to things that are too cute is often a visceral sort of violence? Dads who observe their children being overly...
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New information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that those with a mental illness are 70 percent more likely to be smok...
Depressed dog
Our pets mean a lot to us. It's well-established that pet owners generally have higher morale and well-being than do those who do not have pets. Mos...
 
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