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Mental Health Risk, University Students Financial Difficulty A Big Threat To Health

Aug 10, 2016 AM EDT Financial difficulty may cause a serious health problem if not properly managed.

How 'Pokémon GO' Can Help Students With Autism

Jul 27, 2016 PM EDT Here's how "Pokemon GO" can help students with autism spectrum disorders.

MIT Biologists Discover A Possible Answer To Why Lithium Helps Bipolar Patients!

Jul 11, 2016 AM EDT Since the 1970's, doctors in the United States have recommended lithium for those suffering from bipolar disorder. Although the drug has a commendable success rate, scientists are still trying to ...

Psychosis Risk Can Now Be Accurately Predicted Using The Newly Developed Calculator

Jul 04, 2016 AM EDT A method was developed to measure the risk of a person of developing psychosis which was published in the American Journal of Psychiatry.

Schizophrenia MRI Brain Scans Reveal They are Trying to Heal Themselves: Study

May 31, 2016 AM EDT A study on the MRI scans on brains of patients with schizophrenia reveals that there may be a way to heal and fight the disease.

University of Cincinnati President Reveals Depression, Suicide and Mental Illness Struggles at Fundraiser Event

May 24, 2016 AM EDT University of Cincinnati President Santa Ono revealed his struggle with mental illness including depression and suicide during a fundraiser speech.

Opioid Addiction: Root Cause Found; Not From Prescription Abuse, Study Finds [INFOGRAPHICS]

May 12, 2016 AM EDT A new study shows that people with opioids addictions are likely to have a higher-risk of abusing drugs in first place.

Mental Health Care: Anxiety, Depression Costs $1 Trillion Yearly, WHO Study Says

Apr 16, 2016 AM EDT A new World Health Organization study says that better mental health care services is better for the economy.

Women with Mental Illness Are Prone to More Partner Violence, study

Feb 03, 2014 AM EST Women, who are suffering from a serious mental illness, are nearly four times more likely to have been a victim of intimate partner violence than those without a disability, according to a Women's ...

7 Deadly Sins of 'Inbox-Ing', Study

Jan 27, 2014 AM EST Researchers at London's Kingston University said that employees, who have the habit of constantly checking mails, run a higher risk of damaging their mental health and relationship with their ...

Green Environments Help Sustained Improvement in Mental Health, Study

Jan 07, 2014 AM EST Local governments should now begin to invest more time and money in creating greener spaces (parks and gardens) within cities and towns as they lead to sustained improvement in mental health, ...

Extensive Exposure to Media Coverage on Traumatic Events Harms Mental Health, Study

Dec 12, 2013 AM EST Long-time exposure to media coverage on distressing and catastrophic events can affect mental health, according to a University of California, Irvine study.

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