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Richland Township-Based Behavioral Health Provider Is Expanding

Richland Township-based behavioral health provider is expanding
“Beyond that, the mental health field and the populations that typically need those services are really underserved,” he said. Now, Croyle-Neilsen Therapeutic employs 15 in two locations – Richland Township and Somerset – and is expanding its Richland … Read more on TribDem.com

Sanders Says Mental Health Care is a Must
Recently there have been many political discussions to determine what should be considered a probable cause to receive health care in the United States. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, took the opportunity to voice his opinion on the situation at the … Read more on The Candor

Can Cannabis End the Suburban Heroin Epidemic?

Can Cannabis End The Suburban Heroin Epidemic?
Cannabis, however naturally releases dopamine into the body allowing the user to get a sense of pleasure and will less likely to feel depression because of a lack of drug. The heroin epidemic is terrible and killing off many young lives. However … Read more on Green Rush Daily

Having No Friends Is Painful, Literally
psychiatry, neurology, rheumatology, hospital medicine, , chronic pain It turns out that your social … Endorphins play a role in both pain and pleasure, and previous studies have indicated that social relationships are important when … Read more on MD Magazine


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My Teenage Son (Who Has Bipolar Disorder) Is My Mentor

My Teenage Son (Who Has ) is My Mentor
In the third week of September 16 years ago, I met my second son for the first time. A difficult pregnancy with preterm labor and several long, tedious weeks of bed rest concluded anticlimactically with an apparently healthy baby born on his due date, … Read more on The Good Men Project

New Report Provides Overview Of Opportunities Prevalent In Global Bipolar
MrrBiz171 MarketResearchReports.biz announces the addition of a new report to its repository. The report is titled “EpiCast Report: Bipolar Disorder – Epidemiology Forecast to 2024” and is available on the website for sale. The report presents a … Read more on Medgadget.com (blog)


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Surveying the Latest Data in Fatty Liver Disease

Surveying the Latest Data in Disease
Significant advances in the diagnosis and management of patients with this increasingly common and daunting disease were presented at The Liver Meeting® 2015—the 66th annual meeting of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD … Read more on Medscape

The Young Woman Whose Addiction Story Touched Obama's Heart Just Died
But she was in Michigan, where she'd moved for a residential drug rehab program. Her story, as …. “We begged them to let her stay, because there weren't any facilities that we could find anywhere near this area that really dealt with dual diagnosis … Read more on Huffington Post

Heads Up, Worrywarts: Depression May Cause Type 2 Diabetes, New Research Shows

Heads Up, Worrywarts: Depression May Cause Type 2 Diabetes, New Research Shows
A person diagnosed or showing signs of depression is less likely to seek treatment or follow doctor's advice on their metabolic conditions, such as obesity or hypertension. If these are left untreated or mismanaged, they can worsen the symptoms … Read more on Tech Times

Even with , obese women run greater risk of depression
"Our study provides evidence that in the examination of ongoing strain and cumulative stressors leading to depressive symptoms in women's lives, considering weight status and other factors concurrently may be informative," she said. "What this means in … Read more on Science Daily


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9 Natural Treatments You Didn't Know Actually Work on Depression

9 Natural Treatments You Didn't Know Actually Work on Depression
A recent study on a kind of therapy called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), which uses magnetic pulses to alleviate depression, showed that after a year of treatment, 68% of adult patients had improved depression symptoms and 45% had complete … Read more on TIME

12 Nondrug Remedies for Depression
Depression affects nearly 16 million Americans annually, and a large portion of those people take antidepressant drugs. While antidepressants have been shown to help those with moderate to , they are usually less effective for those … Read more on Health.com


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Square One

Square one
At the federal level Keynesian economics says deficit spending is a useful remedy during a depression or recession, and President Barack Obama's stimulus program helped pull the United States out of the depths. Europe, which was more hostile to … Read more on Barre Montpelier Times Argus

Getting realistic about changing the direction of research
Evidence concerning the formidable barriers to reducing death by suicide inevitably clashes with the strong emotional appeals and political agendas of those demanding suicide intervention programs. …. Christiansen identifies the top three modifiable … Read more on PLoS Blogs (blog)


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