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Google Mental Health News Oct 31, 2014 - Ben Scrivens chats about his awesome series of masks supporting mental health awareness and his new program 'Ben's Netminders'. [Oilers Nation]. • It appears Willie Dejardins has the buy-in of his players in Vancouver, and they're playing like it. Here ...and more »
Scientific American Mind and Brain Oct 31, 2014 - How should you treat your ducks? The answer is mired in duckling politics -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Google Mental Health News Oct 31, 2014 - Residents in Vancouver's Renfrew Heights are raising concerns about the unexpected opening of a new mental health facility for youth in their neighbourhood, after learning about it only a few days ago before its scheduled opening. "All we got was this ...and more »
Medical News Today Mental Health Oct 31, 2014 - Sadness seems to linger longer than feelings of shame, surprise or even boredom. Now, a new study suggests this is down to our tendency to ruminate over events that evoke sadness.
Psych Central News Oct 31, 2014 - The ability to improve intelligence by environmental manipulation remains a subject of considerable debate. New research explores if a parents interactions with their child can help boost the child’s intelligence. For example, does reading bedtime stories, engaging in conversation, and eating nightly dinners influence a child’s intelligence ...
Google Mental Health News Oct 31, 2014 - LBC 97.3'Horrendous' Halloween costumes demonise mental health patients, says minister "For me it is horrendous that, this Halloween, a young person experiencing a mental health crisis could easily come across someone in a 'psycho ward' or 'schizo patient' costume - complete with handcuffs and ripped restraints - as ...
Scientific American Mind and Brain Oct 31, 2014 - Research reveals that get-tough tactics may worsen rates of juvenile delinquency -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Psych Central News Oct 31, 2014 - As humans we all have emotional responses to change and transition. New research helps to explain the emotion of sadness and why sadness seems to last longer than other emotions. In the study, investigators discovered a person can feel sad up to 240 times longer than they feel ashamed, surprised, irritated, or even bored. The […]