Alumna Nami Yamamoto is steeped in family tradition - College of Idaho News (blog) - Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - 00:20

College of Idaho News (blog)

Alumna Nami Yamamoto is steeped in family tradition
College of Idaho News (blog)
Every morning, Nami Yamamoto '09 walks into her office and drinks a hot cup of green tea. Her 90-year-old grandfather has done the same throughout his life, and so has her father. The tradition is done to make sure the quality of family-owned ...

Alumna Nami Yamamoto is steeped in family tradition - College of Idaho News (blog) - Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - 00:20

College of Idaho News (blog)

Alumna Nami Yamamoto is steeped in family tradition
College of Idaho News (blog)
Every morning, Nami Yamamoto '09 walks into her office and drinks a hot cup of green tea. Her 90-year-old grandfather has done the same throughout his life, and so has her father. The tradition is done to make sure the quality of family-owned ...

Antidepressants Don't Just Treat Depression—Study Finds They Can Permanently Change Your Personality - Reader's Digest - Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 19:09

Reader's Digest

Antidepressants Don't Just Treat Depression—Study Finds They Can Permanently Change Your Personality
Reader's Digest
In particular, a new study reported in the journal Psychological Bulletin shows that mental health treatments—including antidepressants, psychotherapy, reflective therapy, inter-personal therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)—can alter ...

Psychiatrist Patrick McGorry: Dealing "Medical" Cannabis to "Anxious" 12 Year Olds - Yahoo Finance - Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 16:34

Psychiatrist Patrick McGorry: Dealing "Medical" Cannabis to "Anxious" 12 Year Olds
Yahoo Finance
Based on such arbitrary symptoms, youths could be drugged with antipsychotics for a mental disorder they didn't have in order to "prevent" it. The arguments against PRS were overwhelming. Allen Frances, the former Chairman of the Task Force for the ...

Antidepressant drug could be key to beating prostate cancer - New York Post - Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 16:02

Antidepressant drug could be key to beating prostate cancer
New York Post
They found an “old” drug helped stop the disease spreading to the bones – a major cause of death in those men diagnosed with the most common form of male cancer. In nine out of 10 fatal cases of prostate cancer, the disease spreads to the bones.

The Academy for Eating Disorders Expresses Concern About the Impact of Proposed ACA Replacement Bill on Access ... - Newswise (press release) - Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 15:45

The Academy for Eating Disorders Expresses Concern About the Impact of Proposed ACA Replacement Bill on Access ...
Newswise (press release)
The Academy for Eating Disorders (AED) adds its voice to the serious concerns raised by the American Psychiatric Association, the American Medical Association, and other major health care organizations about the proposed replacement for the Affordable ...

Mental illness classes to help local families - Village Life - Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 12:14

The Gateway

Mental illness classes to help local families
Village Life
The National Alliance on Mental Illness El Dorado County announces that the NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program will be offered to families beginning March 28. This class has been added to the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services ...
Lunch & Learn event to focus on mental illnessJournal Review
UNO students combat the stigma of mental illness through campaignThe Gateway

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Antidepressants could soon be rivalled by device emitting tiny electric shocks, researchers hope - ABC Online - Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 09:59

ABC Online

Antidepressants could soon be rivalled by device emitting tiny electric shocks, researchers hope
ABC Online
A device which sends tiny electric shocks to the brain to stimulate neurons could one day be at least as useful to people with anxiety and depression as antidepressants, Curtin University researchers hope. The university's Patrick Clarke said small ...

Life of the mind: The itch to diagnose Trump - Prospect - Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 08:26

Prospect

Life of the mind: The itch to diagnose Trump
Prospect
It almost appears to be a way of jeering at him, of maliciously ridiculing him in precisely the way the mental health professions have spent decades trying to counter. Professor Allen Frances, the psychiatrist who wrote the criteria defining ...

Lunch & Learn event to focus on mental illness - Journal Review - Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 04:45

Lunch & Learn event to focus on mental illness
Journal Review
Founded in 1979, NAMI has affiliates in every state and in more than 1,100 local communities across the United States. NAMI West Central Indiana (NAMI-WCI) serves Tippecanoe County and the seven surrounding counties: Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain ...

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News in brief: Safety classes, NAMI workshop, Easter parade, Waverly Warriors game - Progress Index

News in brief: Safety classes, NAMI workshop, Easter parade, Waverly Warriors gameProgress IndexCOLONIAL HEIGHTS — The Colonial Heights Recreation Department, in conjunction with the Colonial Heights Fire & EMS Department, will present Basic First Aid, and CPR & AED class

Major patient groups join AMA to voice concerns on House bill - American Medical Association (blog)

Major patient groups join AMA to voice concerns on House billAmerican Medical Association (blog)When Laurie Merges lost her corporate job in Cleveland two years ago, she enrolled her children—including one on the autism spectrum who needs treatment—in Ohio's Medicaid plan.

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