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The United States House of Representatives passed a bill last month which requires more stringent mental health screenings for military recruits. The...
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CONTACT We Care of Westfield and Morristown in ocnjunction with SAGE Eldercare of Summit have announced a Mental Health First Aid training session on...
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On Wednesday, May 28, a University of Canterbury psychology professor will publicly lecture on the issue of nutrition and its link to mental health an...
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A new documentary, Hear Our Voices, is winning awards and opening minds to childhood and young adult mental illness. The film is being screened acros...
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A study published in the Lancet last week says that the risk of a patient committing a violent crime is greatly reduced if their psychiatric illness i...
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It's widely understood that access to mental health services is largely dependent on trained personnel being available for those needing help. As ment...
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In the past few years, Hollywood has finally come forward to break stereotypes for mental illness. A recent panel assembled by the Child Mind Institut...
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The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Western Massachusetts is hosting a walk in celebration of dignity, hope, recovery and resilience in their a...
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A new study shows that kids who work with horses experience a substantial reduction in stress. Preventing stress from taking hold “We were coming at t...
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A University of Manitoba study says that one-third of all Canadians experienced physical or sexual abuse at home as children. The study's authors warn...

 
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