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Latest Mental Health News

Major Study Finds One In Five Children Have Mental Health Problems

One in five Ontario children and youth suffer from a mental disorder, but less than one-third have had contact with a mental health care provider, says the Ontario Child Healt...
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10 Tips For Keeping The Stress Down

Exercising and eating right are certainly primary components of wellness. But don’t underestimate the importance of keeping stress down. High stress really can interfere with ...
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Computer-Based Memory Games May Benefit People With Fragile X Syndrome

In the largest non-pharmacological trial ever in children with fragile X syndrome (FXS), UC Davis researchers found that large-scale, in-home cognitive interventions are feasi...
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Hospital Study Finds Substantial Proportion Of Patients And Healthcare Workers Shed Flu Virus Before Symptoms Appear

New research examining influenza transmission in a tertiary hospital finds that a substantial proportion of patients and healthcare works shed the flu virus before the appeara...
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Simple Test Can Indicate Prolonged Symptoms Following Pediatric Sports-Related Concussion

Researchers from Children’s Hospital Colorado and the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora, Colorado, have found that abnormal performance on the Romberg balanc...
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Safety-Net Hospitals Fare Better Under New Medicare Reimbursement Rules

New Medicare reimbursement rules provide some relief to safety-net hospitals, shifting the burden of financial penalties toward hospitals serving wealthier patient populations...
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For Busy Medical Students, Two-Hour Meditation Study May Be Just As Beneficial As Longer Course

For time-crunched medical students, taking a two-hour introductory class on mindfulness may be just as beneficial for reducing stress and depression as taking an eight-week me...
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Autism Rate Rises 43 Percent In New Jersey, Rutgers Study Finds

A new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which uses research by Rutgers University, shows a significant increase in the percentage of 4-year-old childre...
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Mental Health Needs Of Children, Youth On The Rise

Over the last several years, providers saw a marked increase in mental health diagnoses, use of psychiatric medications, and outpatient care for mental health conditions among...
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Experimental PET Scan Detects Abnormal Tau Protein In Brains Of Living Former NFL Players

Using an experimental positron emission tomography (PET) scan, researchers have found elevated amounts of abnormal tau protein in brain regions affected by chronic traumatic e...
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UTA Research Institute Partnering To Develop Robotic Gloves For Post-Stroke Hand Rehab

The University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute is making flexible soft robotic gloves that will aid in rehabilitating stroke patients through virtual reality gaming. ...
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Getting Back To Work After A Heart Attack

Heart attack patients with the desire to return to work can do it. That's the main message of a paper published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journ...
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Caregiving Not As Bad For Your Health As Once Thought, Study Says

For decades, articles in research journals and the popular press alike have reported that being a family caregiver takes a toll on a person’s health, boosting levels of inflam...
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Robots Created With 3D Printers Could Be Caring For Those In Golden Years

The world's elderly population is booming. The number of older people -- those age 60 years or older -- is expected to more than double by 2050 and is growing faster than all ...
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Gum Bacteria Implicated In Alzheimer's And Other Diseases

Researchers are reporting new findings on how bacteria involved in gum disease can travel throughout the body, exuding toxins connected with Alzheimer's disease, rheumatoid ar...
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Psychiatry: Multigene Test Predicts Depression Risk

According to the World Health Organization, depression is now the leading cause of disability, globally affecting more than 300 million people worldwide. Depression is a condi...
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Novel Tool Gauges Rural, Older Adults’ Knowledge Of Alzheimer’s

Many older adults live in ethnically diverse rural settings where they face a higher burden of developing Alzheimer’s disease (AD) as well as delayed detection due to health i...
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Autism Brings Qualities Which Help At Home And At Work, Study Shows

Autism enhances characteristics such as loyalty and focus which help those with the condition at work and in their relationships with others, experts have found. A study exam...
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Integrating Infant Mental Health Into The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Bringing a baby into the world involves many firsts -- mothers and fathers are discovering their new roles, babies are learning what it means to live outside the womb, and the...
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Tips For Behavioral Therapy Just A Click Away In Free Program

It’s another torrential rainfall in the Houston area and your backyard begins to fill up. As you watch, your heart starts to race, you can’t take a full breath, and you know t...
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Psychedelic Drug MDMA May Reawaken ‘Critical Period’ In Brain To Help Treat PTSD

Johns Hopkins neuroscientists have found that the psychedelic drug MDMA reopens a kind of window, called a “critical period,” when the brain is sensitive to learning the rewar...
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Berkeley Lab Team Uses Deep Learning To Help Veterans Administration Address Suicide Risks

Researchers in the Computational Research Division (CRD) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) are applying deep learning and analytics to electronic health ...
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Just 20 Minutes Of Contact With Nature Will Lower Stress Hormone Levels, Reveals New Study

Taking at least twenty minutes out of your day to stroll or sit in a place that makes you feel in contact with nature will significantly lower your stress hormone levels. That...
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Okyanos Center For Regenerative Medicine Treats Military Veterans With Stem Cell Therapy For Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) And Chronic Pain Due To Orthopedic Injuries

Twenty-four U.S. military veterans suffering from traumatic brain injury (TBI) have received stem cell therapy at Okyanos Center for Regenerative Medicine under a special init...
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Reports Of Seizures After E-Cigarette Use Show Why FDA Must Do More To Prevent Youth Use - Kids Cannot Be Guinea Pigs

We didn't need another reason for the FDA to act decisively to prevent youth use of e-cigarettes, but today we have one with the FDA's announcement that it is investigating se...
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