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Google Mental Health News Oct 22, 2014 - - On October 7, McGill announced that it would be launching a new mental health initiative in the spring, supported by a $1 million grant from Bell that will be split evenly with Université de Montréal. McGill's $500,000 share is being used to develop a ...
Medical News Today Mental Health Oct 22, 2014 - In a novel intervention using subliminal messages, Yale researchers have demonstrated that positive age stereotypes can boost both psychological and physical function in seniors.
Google Mental Health News Oct 22, 2014 - White House Jumper's Arraignment Delayed Over Mental- U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer made the decision after an earlier mental-health screening raised a few red flags, the Associated Press reported. Collyer ordered a full mental-health competency evaluation before Gonzalez is allowed to stand trial, ...Court orders mental health ...
Google Mental Health News Oct 22, 2014 - “We will celebrate the strengths, talents and creativity of more than 40 talented artists who also experience mental health issues,” said Shelagh Turner, CMHA executive director. The theme of the show is 1 in 5 because one in five Canadians will ...Art Gala Celebrates “1 in 5” CanadiansKelownaNowall 2 news articles »
American Psychological Association Oct 22, 2014 - Sufferers share how a panic attack manifests itself physically.
American Psychological Association Oct 22, 2014 - Research is showing that having a measure of control over when, where and how work gets done is something nearly everybody wants, including men.
American Psychological Association Oct 22, 2014 - Study found that mice, fed the equivalent for humans of about ounce of walnuts a day, performed better on memory tests.
Google Mental Health News Oct 21, 2014 - Ryerson is receiving part of a $12 million provincial fund this year meant to address mental health issues among Ontario post-secondary students. The Mental Health Innovation Fund, established in 2012, will continue to sponsor campus projects aiding ...