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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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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 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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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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Marital stress may make some people more vulnerable to depression. People who experience chronic marital stress are less able to savor positive experi...
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In a 2011 study, Leading Causes of Mortality Among American College Students at Four-Year Institutions, Dr. James Turner found that the rate of studen...
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A study published by the American Psychological Association in Law and Human Behavior shows that only 7.5 percent of all crimes were directly related...
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Many people assume that mental illness and crime go hand-in-hand. It’s not true. In a recent study of crimes committed by people with mental disorder...
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The Veteran's Administration estimates that between 11 and 20 percent of all veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from post-traumatic s...
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It could be that the neurotic person you know who seem incapable of acting, may in fact be able to act, he just doesn’t want to. A new study has a l...

 
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