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Google Mental Health News Mar 31, 2015 - In a written statement to the Citizen, provincial Health Minister Eric Hoskins defended his government's record on mental health funding, adding that Local Health Integration Networks (LIHNs) are responsible for co-ordinating care and allocating funds.
Google Mental Health News Mar 31, 2015 - Politicians say all the right things about mental health – but where's the action? For the past few years, the main political parties have been trying to outdo each other when it comes to talking up what they would do to improve mental health services. They have all shown a firm commitment to NHS England's manifesto in kind, the Five ...
Google Mental Health News Mar 31, 2015 - Crash landing: How do airplane accidents affect survivors' mental health? In the 1980s, several studies examining the mental health of survivors of airplane accidents were conducted. In 1985, before a Boeing 737 even took off from Manchester International Airport, a fire broke out and killed 54 people on board. Eighty ...and more »
ScienceDaily Mental Health News Mar 31, 2015 - A new study had researchers seeking answers to why the therapeutic benefit afforded by SSRIs was so limited in children and teenagers. If researchers can uncover the biological mechanisms preventing available treatments from producing antidepressant effects, scientists can then target those mechanisms to develop new antidepressants that will treat ...
ScienceDaily Mental Health News Mar 31, 2015 - A history of depression may put women at risk for developing diabetes during pregnancy, according to research. This study also pointed to how common depression is during pregnancy and the need for screening and education.
Scientific American Mind and Brain Mar 31, 2015 - Studies show that children from low-income families have smaller brains and lower cognitive abilities -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Psych Central News Mar 31, 2015 - A surprisingly high number of young people experience “exploding head syndrome,” a psychological event in which a person is startled awake by a loud noise, or even the sensation of […]
Scientific American Mind and Brain Mar 31, 2015 - People smoke less after smelling cigarettes paired with rotten odors overnight -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com