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Google Mental Health News Jan 25, 2015 - The Royal College of Psychiatrists expressed concern at the drop in investment, pointing out that serious mental health conditions reduced life expectancy significantly in the same way as physical ailments and diseases while mood disorders ...and more »
Google Mental Health News Jan 25, 2015 - “This move has several advantages for clients accessing our services,” said Dr. Linda Courey, director of mental health and addiction services with the Cape Breton District Health Authority. “We believe that moving child and adolescent services to the ...and more »
Google Mental Health News Jan 25, 2015 - News1130 Seven and a half years later, speaking at a January 23 news conference announcing his retirement, the one issue Chu listed when asked what he had left to accomplish was work on mental health. “There is definitely more to do in that area,” he told ...Vancouver still has more work to do when it comes to mental health: mayor, policeNews1130all 54 news articles »
Google Mental Health News Jan 25, 2015 - "I think what has really driven up policing costs, right across Canada, is the number of people police are now dealing with that have severe mental health problems. "The other day I drove by the Royal Ottawa (Hospital) and I saw six police cars parked ...
Psych Central News Jan 25, 2015 - Many people seem to have a lucky charm, maybe a lucky pair of socks or a piece of jewelry. New research shows that we are more likely to turn to superstitions or a lucky charm to achieve a performance goal rather than a learning goal, especially when there are high levels of uncertainty. Performance goals are […]
Psych Central News Jan 25, 2015 - New research shows that people may have to “turn on” or prompt their memories to help them remember even the simplest details. Findings from the Pennsylvania State study indicate that memory is far more selective than previously thought, according to researchers. “It is commonly believed that you will remember specific details about the things you’re […]
Scientific American Mind and Brain Jan 25, 2015 - Wraparound occipital lobes found to be highly common in depression -- Read more on
Psych Central News Jan 25, 2015 - A new study has discovered that the area of the brain that enables self-reflection is larger in lucid dreamers — those people who can control their dreams. According to researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin and the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich, this means lucid dreamers might also be […]