“People Could Die and That's OK”: Why the Right's Free-Market Health

“People could die and that's OK”: Why the right's free-market health
… a lot of people who are on the program are no longer eligible. People get well, people do other things and other opportunities become available from a medical standpoint to treating whatever disability they have to make it so that they can … Read more on Salon

Difficult fight for bipolar Western State patient
She was studying to be a psychologist when she was diagnosed with after becoming, in her words, "psychotic." It was a shock to her, she said, though she doesn't like to talk about becoming sick. She got treatment and remained at Penn … Read more on Staunton News Leader

Public Release: 4-Feb-2015 Neuroimaging studies review suggests areas of
Psychiatry has focused on establishing diagnostic categories based on clinical symptoms. There is a … The diagnostic groups included were schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, addiction, obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety. The authors … Read more on EurekAlert (press release)

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