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Is the Design of Our Hospitals Making People Sick?

Is the Design of Our Hospitals Making People Sick?
In a 2011 report on hospitals, the British Medical Association found that "the architectural environment can contribute to the treatment of patients and significantly affect their health outcomes." The BMA further noted that badly designed facilities … Read more on Newsweek

COLUMN: Calo co-founder opens up about facility
I told Mr. Kirk of my own struggles with , symptoms that he sees in his residents, and that I developed an interest and minored in Sociology in college, and how I'd familiarized myself with some of the language we'd be using for … Read more on Lakenewsonline.com

Brain Connectivity Changes May Prevent the Development of Bipolar Disorder

Brain Connectivity Changes May Prevent The Development Of Bipolar Disorder
"The ability of the siblings to rewire their brain networks means they have adaptive neuroplasticity that may help them avoid the disease even though they still carry the genetic scar of bipolar disorder when they process emotional information," said … Read more on Science World Report

Peer Support Group by CandleX
This is a long term community service by CandleX, a project in Beijing that focuses on the mental health by awareness raising on depression and bi-polar disorder. This is a continuing effort to provide more support to our Beijing English speaking … Read more on The Beijinger


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Early vs. Late Menopause: Know Your Health Risks

Early vs. Late Menopause: Know Your Health Risks
One exception to this occurs when menopause is triggered by medical treatments such as a hysterectomy or chemotherapy that affect estrogen production. Most women … Early menopause can increase the risk for depression, anxiety, and moodiness. Read more on EmpowHer

Depression of either parent during pregnancy linked to premature birth
For both men and women, depression was defined as having had a prescription of antidepressant medication, or receiving outpatient/inpatient hospital care, from 12 months before conception to the end of the second trimester of pregnancy. People with … Read more on EurekAlert (press release)

Home Remedies for Bipolar Disorder

Home Remedies For Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar disorder is also referred to as manic-depressive disorder. This is more like a mental illness where a person experiences frequent mood swings. Check for few for bipolar disorder as this can be cured. One of the main symptoms is … Read more on BoldSky

'Rescued' Drug Could Be Safer Treatment for Bipolar Disorder
A drug developed for stroke treatment, ebselen, that had been abandoned in its final phase of clinical trials, has been rescued by Oxford scientists, who may have found it a new role in treating bipolar disorder. A team from Oxford University led by … Read more on Psychiatry Advisor


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Billings Program Aims to Keep Children With Mental Health Issues Out of the ER

Billings program aims to keep children with mental health issues out of the ER
Addressing issues early also cuts down on overall health care costs, McCall said. The average child younger than 18 who has spent time in residential treatment will cycle through six to eight different placements, from hospitals to therapy-focused … Read more on Billings Gazette

Arbor Health Spotlighted By State of Missouri Department of Health For Care Of
LOUIS/January 19, 2016) – Arbor Health, an all-male residential care facility assisting veterans with reintegration into civilian life, was recently spotlighted in a blog by the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services (www.health.mo.gov). The … Read more on STLtoday.com

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) Affects Mood, Personality and Relationships

Borderline (BPD) affects mood, personality and relationships
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a mood disorder that can put a strain on relationships. BPD is divided into three groups known as cluster A, cluster B and cluster C. Cluster A is when individuals are odd or eccentric and involves symptoms like … Read more on Bel Marra Health

The Best Parenting Strategy to Help Kids with ADHD Manage Emotions
In her 1993 book Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder, Marsha Linehan, Ph.D., writes, “[Validation] communicates that [their] responses make sense and are understandable within [their] current life context or situation … Read more on ADDitude (blog)

Investments Not Resolutions: Healthy Hopes for Women in 2016

Investments not resolutions: Healthy hopes for women in 2016
According to the Office on Women's Health, hormones released as a response to stress make blood pressure, heart rate and blood sugar levels go up. Long-term stress can help cause a variety of health problems, including depression and anxiety, heart … Read more on GazetteNET

Meditation Can Help Soldiers Manage PTSD
A new study suggests regular practice of Transcendental Meditation (TM) helps some active duty service members battle post- (PTSD). Researchers found that practicing TM reduced or even eliminated the use of psychotropic … Read more on PsychCentral.com (blog)


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