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Google Mental Health News Oct 2, 2014 - Oakville's Swim, Walk for Mental Health benefits REACH “This year, the (HHS) Outpatient Mental Health Program, in partnership with the Halton District School Board is expanding the REACH program to provide an additional classroom in an Oakville high school that provides academic programming with intensive ...
Google Mental Health News Oct 2, 2014 - The platform provides physicians with objective data that guides the treatment of mental health issues using EEG readings, a common and non-intrusive measure of brain function, paired with outcome data of prescription medications and cognitive therapies.and more »
Scientific American Mind and Brain Oct 2, 2014 - I just witnessed an event so mysterious that it shook my skepticism -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Psych Central News Oct 2, 2014 - A long-term study suggests a woman’s disposition during middle age may influence her risk of developing Alzheimer’s. Researchers discovered women who are anxious, jealous, or moody and distressed may be at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later in life. The study has been published in the online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal […]
Psych Central News Oct 2, 2014 - Relational aggression by adolescent girls can include gossiping, rumor spreading, exclusion, and rejection. Recent media coverage of this behavior – sometimes known as “mean girl” bullying – has shown that this form of aggression can lead to tragic and sometimes fatal outcomes. University of Missouri researchers have developed a ...
Scientific American Mind and Brain Oct 2, 2014 - Self-knowledge might not be a uniquely human trait -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Psych Central News Oct 2, 2014 - A new study suggests resistance exercises can boost brain power. Georgia Tech researchers discovered that an intense workout of as little as 20 minutes can enhance episodic memory — also known as long-term memory for events — by about 10 percent in healthy young adults. Although the study is not the first to suggest that […]
Psych Central News Oct 2, 2014 - A new study suggests treating the substance abuse problems of those with severe mental illness can reduce their risk of future violence. Severe mental illness is often accompanied by substance abuse. In these cases, it is often difficult to determine if interventions should focus on improving mental health or mitigating substance abuse to reduce the risk […]