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Dec 3, 2016 - A single dose of psilocybin —
Dec 3, 2016 - New research is challenging the idea that working memory helps us remembers things through sustained brain activity. Instead, researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have found that our brains tuck […]
Dec 3, 2016 - Older adults with cataracts are at greater risk for depression, particularly among those with lower levels of education, according to a new Chinese study published in the journal Optometry and […]
Dec 3, 2016 - Keeping messages brief and simple is more effective when trying to encourage patients to complete a health care program, according to new research. In a study that analyzes six years […]
Dec 3, 2016 - Students at Port Hope High School had a chance to learn about those agencies in a mental health fair on Nov. 24, which was organized by Terri Paterson, the promoting mentally healthy schools child and youth worker at PHHS, and Laura Robertson, ...
Dec 3, 2016 - What is bipolar disorder and what is psychosis? Learn about the diagnosis and treatment of bipolar psychosis as well as other symptoms and complications.
Dec 3, 2016 - Letter: Here's how we can offer improved mental health services We often hear of individuals who lose their battle with mental illness without getting the treatment that they need. How many lives need to be lost for there to ...and more »
Dec 2, 2016 - Evidence suggests that sexual minorities including gay men, lesbians and bisexuals as well as gender minorities such as transgender people all face more mental health struggles than do heterosexual among the population. Increased risk for depression, ...
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