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New research has found that cell phone separation, particularly from an iPhone, can lead to serious psychological and physiological side effects like...
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A new study has suggested that 41 percent of teens in a home with a firearm have easy access to the weapon – the same percentage of teens also have me...
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Supplements used to boost probiotics could be helpful in altering the way people process emotional information like anxiety and depression by easing t...
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Commuting could lead to certain risks in health, especially in regard to stress, according to new research from a Canadian study. Specifically, resea...
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A group of Johns Hopkins computer scientists think that data mining Twitter can lead to insights in common mental illnesses. It would work in a way si...
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A new initiative called NeuroCircuit is using brain mapping to find the "circuits" in the brain that are responsible for mental health conditions so t...
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More than two-thirds of Australia’s non-profit mental health groups have lost staff because of “funding uncertainty”, according to a survey of mental...
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A drug used to treat malaria in the British and American armed forces continues to cause mental health problems for soldiers. Lariam, clinically known...
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A recent study shows that AIDS/HIV awareness is becoming more prevalent among mental health care providers. The Johns Hopkins HIV clinic was reported...
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Three federal Canadian cabinet ministers announced in November that the government would contribute $200 million in funding to help military veterans,...

 
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