Grand Rapids Area NAMI to explore addiction and recovery Aug. 16 ... - Herald Review - Sunday, August 14, 2016 - 11:08

Grand Rapids Area NAMI to explore addiction and recovery Aug. 16 ...
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The Grand Rapids Area chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness is holding it's annual meeting in conjunction with the monthly education meeting ...

Holistic mental health tries to be alternative to psychiatry - Bend Bulletin - Sunday, August 14, 2016 - 07:10

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Holistic mental health tries to be alternative to psychiatry
Bend Bulletin
“I would advise anyone to be carefully evaluated by a psychiatrist with expertise in treating psychotic disorders before embarking on any such alternative programs,” said Dr. Ronald Pies, a professor of psychiatry at SUNY Upstate University, in ...

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Holistic mental health tries to be alternative to psychiatry; - The Bulletin - Bend Bulletin - Sunday, August 14, 2016 - 07:10

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Holistic mental health tries to be alternative to psychiatry; - The Bulletin
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Caroline White, center, talks with members of the Hearing Voices Network during a gathering in the library of the Western Massachusetts Recovery Learning ...
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Amateurs analyze Trump's mind, but should the pros do it? - Columbia Daily Tribune - Sunday, August 14, 2016 - 05:04

Amateurs analyze Trump's mind, but should the pros do it?
Columbia Daily Tribune
Members of the American Psychiatric Association are bound by a 43-year-old ethics rule, called the Goldwater rule because it stems from mistaken public concerns about the mental health of the 1964 Republican presidential nominee, Sen. Barry Goldwater.

EDITORIAL: Drop out, you big baby - York Dispatch - Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 22:05

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EDITORIAL: Drop out, you big baby
York Dispatch
The issue of Trump's sanity has come up often enough that the American Psychiatric Association has cautioned its members not to take part in the parlor game. We don't know if he's well or not, but we understand why people are asking. From the moment he ...

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How to Start a NAMI Affiliate in Your Area - Jackson Free Press - Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 21:33

How to Start a NAMI Affiliate in Your Area
Jackson Free Press
How to Start a NAMI Affiliate in Your Area. Learn more about the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Mississippi, crisis intervention teams and starting a local affiliate. Refreshments included. When: Tuesday, August 23, 11:30 a.m.; Where: McComb ...

Texas Readies to Kill Man—Who Killed No One—for Murder - Common Dreams (press release) - Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 20:36

Common Dreams (press release)

Texas Readies to Kill Man—Who Killed No One—for Murder
Common Dreams (press release)
... dubbed "Dr. Death" who regularly testified at Texas capital sentencings as to his certainty that the defendant would commit future acts of violence, a form of testimony for which by 1998 he had already been expelled from the American Psychiatric ...

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Smart move by KS BOE - Hays Daily News - Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 18:56

Smart move by KS BOE
Hays Daily News
... and homosexual minds in heterosexual bodies are all sure signs something went wrong somewhere (in nature or nurture), are all clearly mind/body mismatches or disorders (a commonsense position taken for years by the American Psychiatric Association ...

'One Piece' chapter 836 spoilers: Luffy, Carrot, Nami and Chopper aided by Big Mom's husband out of the woods - Vine Report - Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 16:41

'One Piece' chapter 836 spoilers: Luffy, Carrot, Nami and Chopper aided by Big Mom's husband out of the woods
Vine Report
Spoilers predict that Luffy may unite with Big Mom's husband get out of the woods in the upcoming chapter 836 of hit manga series "One Piece." It can be recalled that back in chapter 835, Luffy saved Lola's life in Thriller Bark. This could potentially ...

Alternative form of mental health care gains foothold - Business Standard - Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 15:44

Alternative form of mental health care gains foothold
Business Standard
"The reason these programmes are proliferating now is society's shameful neglect of the severely ill, which creates a vacuum of great need," said Allen Frances, a professor emeritus of psychiatry at Duke University. Chris Gordon, who directs a ...

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Families feel the pinch as insulin prices rise - NBC4i.com

Families feel the pinch as insulin prices riseNBC4i.comA recent study conducted by the Journal of The American Medical Association shows the average price of insulin nearly tripled in a decade. Researchers say patients spent around $231 in 2002. That yearly cost in 2013 was $736.

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