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How Greek crisis helped removed taboo on mental health

“Until a few years ago, society did not give this issue any attention,” said Dr Kyriakos Katsadoros, the founder of Klimaka, Greece’s only suicide prevention clinic. “The crisis has brought problems that were being ignored to the forefront.” Conservative attitudes … Continue reading

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The power of music: Vicky McClure’s dementia choir

For most people dementia progresses slowly, meaning they live with it for many years. There is no cure, though doctors can try to prevent further damage and slow the progress of the disease in patients with some types of dementia, … Continue reading

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How One Mother’s Battle Is Changing Police Training On Disabilities

Working with people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, like Down syndrome or autism, can be complex and challenging even for those with years of training. But one group — law enforcement — often encounters people with these conditions in … Continue reading

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Frank Stephens is changing how the world sees Down syndrome.

Frank Stephens is changing how the world sees Down syndrome. Frank Stephens grew up in a society that questioned his worth. But he’s determined to build a more loving and inclusive world for people with Down syndrome. #extraordinaryhuman 💙🌎💛 Posted … Continue reading

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Before his suicide, Sandy Hook dad and neuroscientist sought origins of violence in the brain

“It’s Jeremy Richman who understood the brain and how it tries to trick you into violence, and he couldn’t find a way to deal with the issues with which he struggled,” Murphy said. “It speaks to how difficult it is … Continue reading

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What You and Your Family Need to Know About Maternal Depression

For the first time, a national health panel has recommended a way to prevent depression during and after pregnancy. This condition, known as perinatal depression, affects up to one in seven women and is considered the most common complication of pregnancy. … Continue reading

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Nearly 1 in 7 US kids and teens has a mental health condition, and half go untreated, study says

Half of children with a mental health condition in the United States go without treatment, according to a study published Monday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/11/health/children-teens-mental-health-untreated-study/index.html

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Depression 101: Dallas schoolkids learn about mental health

Youth Aware of Mental health is just one of the programs used to teach teens about mental health. The National Alliance on Mental Illness created a 50-minute program called Ending the Silence that teaches students the warning signs of mental health problems. … Continue reading

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Education won’t help much when it comes to dementia, study says

A high level of education does not delay the start of dementia and does not slow the speed of decline, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology. Rather, it might be best to remain inquisitive and intellectually active throughout … Continue reading

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