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"ou and I know that the promise of de-institutionalizing those in mental health facilities was supposed to be followed by the creation of community-based treatment centers," Clinton said in her remarks. "Well, we got half of that equation — but not the other half" http://bit.ly/1JBR5NH
There's been a massive shift in how America treats mental health patients — and it's not necessarily for the better.
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"a causal relationship has been established between playing preferred video games and improved mood or increases in positive emotion."
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"Even if preliminary, these results provide the first evidence that the intake of probiotics may help reduce negative thoughts associated with sad mood.

As such, our findings shed an interesting new light on the potential of probiotics to serve as adjuvant or preventive therapy for depression."
How four weeks of supplementation can help stop a sad mood getting worse.
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"Overall, over 25 percent of Medicaid-enrolled children receiving prescription medications for behavioral problems were prescribed antipsychotics by 2008, largely for less severe disorders"
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"As a society, we don’t make it easy for people to talk about mental health. As Morris sees it, technology has the potential to overcome all those barriers."
Panoply is a crowdsourced website for improving mental health, created at MIT.
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"the survey results provide extensive evidence that unemployment and poverty are highly associated with suicidality, depression, and serious mental illness."
Shouldn’t researchers examine societal and cultural variables that are making us depressed and suicidal?
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"People who were thinking depressing thoughts found it more difficult to ignore the depressing information and they got distracted."
How depressing thoughts can interfere with everyday concentration and memory.
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"Unless you’ve committed a crime, or have a set of duties you are paid to do, there is no reason you need to be explaining yourself to anyone. And yet, many of us do this all the time. We do it almost unconsciously"
Photo by DJ-Dwayne [Returning in 2015/16]   Unless you’ve committed a crime, or have a set of duties you are paid to do, there is no reason you need to be explaining yourself to anyone. And yet, many of us do this all the time. We do it almost unconsciously....
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"Next, we want to understand why exposure to killing and death leads to an increased suicide risk so we can develop better ways to support military personnel and veterans"
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"They end up with this perception that they have access to care, but when they're in a crisis for themselves or their loved one, lo and behold, the care's not available because of these cost-control techniques."
Many insurance providers that offer mental health care are supposed to cover it just as they would cancer or diabetes care. But advocates say enforcement is a problem.
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"It’s important to raise awareness, to help people get help, and for people not to have to feel embarrassed about their problems"
Natasha Bedingfield premieres the video for "hope," a song to raise awareness of mental health issues, on Speakeasy.
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"It seems to have been the healthy lifestyle changes and supportive environment that improved people’s spirits, not shedding pounds."
Research has shown that dropping pounds doesn't mean higher well-being.
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1645 N St Lincoln, NE 68508
1645 N StreetUSNebraskaLincoln68508
(402) 441-4371mha-ne.org
Non-Profit OrganizationToday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
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The Mental Health Association of Nebraska (MHA-NE) is a consumer-run, voluntary not-for-profit statewide association with Chapters located in communities throughout Nebraska. MHA-NE brings together se
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