Health|'Liquid' Cancer Test Offers Hope for Alternative to Painful Biopsies - New York Times - Saturday, June 4, 2016 - 12:12

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Health|'Liquid' Cancer Test Offers Hope for Alternative to Painful Biopsies
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Antidepressants carry much higher fall risk than antipsychotics, study finds - McKnight's Long Term Care News - Saturday, June 4, 2016 - 03:00

Antidepressants carry much higher fall risk than antipsychotics, study finds
McKnight's Long Term Care News
Nursing home residents with dementia who take antidepressants are at significantly higher risk of falls and fractures than those on antipsychotics, new research shows. Researchers used Medicare claims data from 2007 to 2009 to analyze the link between ...

Media|The Battle for Sumner Redstone's Empire - New York Times - Friday, June 3, 2016 - 20:01

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Media|The Battle for Sumner Redstone's Empire
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After surviving a fire at a Boston hotel at the age of 55, Sumner M. Redstone emerged as one of the entertainment industry's most tenacious titans. Through National Amusements, the private theater chain company started by his father, he wrested control ...

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NAMI-MT Director Matt Kuntz to give commencement speech for Capital High School Saturday afternoon - Helena Independent Record - Friday, June 3, 2016 - 12:09

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NAMI-MT Director Matt Kuntz to give commencement speech for Capital High School Saturday afternoon
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Matt Kuntz, executive director of the National Alliance for Mental Illness-Montana and a 1995 CHS graduate, will talk about his life and how in his life failures have been part of his path to success. A Helena native, Kuntz earned a bachelor's degree ...
Ranus: Acceptance is key to changing mental health attitudesMyStatesman.com

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Woman hits back at 'stigmatising' meme which says antidepressants are 'sh*t' - Metro - Friday, June 3, 2016 - 11:23

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Woman hits back at 'stigmatising' meme which says antidepressants are 'sh*t'
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Writer and activist Jenni Chiu is hitting back at a meme which makes light of mental health and dismisses the help of medication for it. Sharing a photo of an image which on one half shows a forest, captioned with 'This is an antidepressant', and the ...

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After a Fire, Jump-Starting a Bushwick Dojo - New York Times (blog) - Friday, June 3, 2016 - 10:30

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After a Fire, Jump-Starting a Bushwick Dojo
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Why are so many people in Suffolk and north Essex prescribed antidepressants? - East Anglian Daily Times - Friday, June 3, 2016 - 08:15

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Why are so many people in Suffolk and north Essex prescribed antidepressants?
East Anglian Daily Times
Data published yesterday showed nearly half a million prescriptions were given for antidepressants in Suffolk and north Essex during the first three months of 2016 – the highest figures since records for clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) began. More ...
Antidepressants commonly and increasingly prescribed for nondepressive indications: McGillThe Suburban Newspaper

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Edgar Feuchtwanger Bore Witness, Horribly Close to Hitler - New York Times - Thursday, June 2, 2016 - 21:29

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Edgar Feuchtwanger Bore Witness, Horribly Close to Hitler
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Edgar Feuchtwanger during his recent visit to New York. Credit Nicole Bengiveno/The New York Times. To be a Jew in Germany in the 1930s was not comfortable. Edgar Feuchtwanger, a schoolboy in Munich at the time, knew the fear and the dread shared ...

Books|Review: Arthur Lubow's Diane Arbus Biography Recalls an Underworld Voyager - New York Times - Thursday, June 2, 2016 - 21:19

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Books|Review: Arthur Lubow's Diane Arbus Biography Recalls an Underworld Voyager
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Diane Arbus's most memorable photographs — of identical siblings, circus dwarfs, transgender people, nudists, the mentally impaired — have an element of myth about them. Since her suicide at 48 in 1971, her personal story, like Sylvia Plath's, has ...

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Religious Freedom Shouldn't Trump Other Civil Rights - Huffington Post - Thursday, June 2, 2016 - 15:41

Religious Freedom Shouldn't Trump Other Civil Rights
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Sounds simple, but in real life, the resolution of conflicting rights is much less clear-cut. In a previous blog, my wife Donna Manning and I tackled the fuzzy and fraught boundary between religious rights and gender rights.

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House Mental Health Bill Is Finally Moving - Bloomberg BNA

House Mental Health Bill Is Finally MovingBloomberg BNAA compromise substitute amendment to the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act (H.R. 2646) advanced through the Energy and Commerce Committee on a unanimous 53-0 vote. The hearing room immediately erupted in applause.

Ask Dr. K: Weigh risks of depression medication during pregnancy - Brattleboro Reformer

Ask Dr. K: Weigh risks of depression medication during pregnancyBrattleboro ReformerGuidelines from the American Psychiatric Association and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommend medication for expectant mothers with severe depression (except paroxetine).

In wake of Orlando shooting, AMA encourages first responders to learn tourniquet use - Becker's Hospital Review

In wake of Orlando shooting, AMA encourages first responders to learn tourniquet useBecker's Hospital ReviewThe American Medical Association House of Delegates approved a new policy to encourage hemorrhage control training for first responders

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