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Google Mental Health News Dec 19, 2014 - “One in five families are affected by mental health, by anxiety, depression or anything to do with the brain. We felt it was a good area and Sherry said they are at the bottom of the list and sort of neglected. We thought it was a challenge to us to go ...
Google Mental Health News Dec 19, 2014 - Report released into Ontario man's death at mental health facility Kulmiye Aganeh died in March 2009 while in custody at the Centre for Mental Healthcare now called Waypoint. The 22-year-old suffered sudden cardiac arrest after he was put in a chin hold and then administered Olanzapine used to treat his schizophrenia.and more »
Scientific American Mind and Brain Dec 19, 2014 - Lists of the biggest challenges in brain science often start—or end—with consciousness. “End” because consciousness is considered so overwhelming a hack that it merits coming... -- Read more on
Google Mental Health News Dec 19, 2014 - Michronicleonline For children and teenagers in B.C., coping well with the demands of school work, busy schedules and social relationships in today's chaotic world reflects resilient mental health. But some B.C. children and youth are unable to cope well with the daily ...Part III: Youth Dealing with DepressionRevelstoke Times ReviewBlue ...
Psych Central News Dec 19, 2014 - Despite the known risks for older people, prescription use of benzodiazepines — sedative and anti-anxiety medications such as alprazolam (Xanax) and diazepam (Valium) — increases with age, according to a new analysis of benzodiazepine prescription use in the United States. The study is published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry. The findings raise questions about why […]
Google Mental Health News Dec 19, 2014 - Inquest verdict to be released into Ontario man's death at mental health facility TORONTO – A verdict is expected today from a provincial inquest looking into the death of a 22-year-old Ontario man who died at a maximum security mental health facility five years ago. Kulmiye Aganeh died on March 14, 2009 at the Waypoint Centre for ...
Psych Central News Dec 19, 2014 - Although it has long been suspected that women are more empathetic toward their partner, a new study has come to the same conclusion using scientific inquiry and empirical research. Australian researchers, Dr Cindy Mervin and Professor Paul Frijters, found that women were noticeably affected when their partner was ill or when their partner experienced the […]
Psych Central News Dec 19, 2014 - Emerging research discovers sensitive caregiving in the first three years of life is a strong predictor of an individual’s future social competence and academic success. A new study — designed to replicate an earlier study that showed early maternal sensitivity has lasting associations with children’s social and cognitive development — confirmed the importance of a […]