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Google Mental Health News Sep 2, 2015 - Well over a hundred of people have died in Alberta so far from Fentanyl overdoses alone. Now, the province has launched an online questionnaire to ask everyone how to improve the lives of those living with addiction and mental health challenges.
Psych Central News Sep 2, 2015 - A new study finds a parenting strategy that helps toddlers understand emotions can lead to a significant reduction of behavioral problems in later life. Michigan State University (MSU) researchers believe […]
Psych Central News Sep 2, 2015 - New research has found that a 10 percent increase in earnings leads to about a five percent drop in smoking rates among male workers with a high school education or […]
Medical News Today Mental Health Sep 2, 2015 - Over 80% of medical students with mental health issues feel they receive poor or only moderately adequate support from their medical schools, finds a small online survey published in Student BMJ.
Psych Central News Sep 2, 2015 - A chemical change in a particular gene appears to influence brain development in such a way as to lessen the ability to deal with strong emotions or cope with stressful […]
Google Mental Health News Sep 2, 2015 - - In any given year, one in five people in Canada will experience a mental health problem or illness, with a cost to the economy in excess of $50 billion. Only one in three people who experience a mental health problem will seek out and receive treatment.Latimer: Mental health system studyLake Country Calendarall 3 news articles »
Medical News Today Mental Health Sep 2, 2015 - Outpatient human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) health care facilities funded by the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) were more likely to provide case management, mental health, substance...
Psych Central News Sep 2, 2015 - Experts explain that as people get older, they become more forgiving. However, the action and the effects of forgiveness is often a difficult and complex process. A new study looks […]