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Sibling Bullying Linked to Poor Mental Health

Jul 10, 2013

Fighting amongst siblings is usually viewed as harmless child's play. But a new study from the University of New Hampshire posits that sibling rivalries may be more harmful than once assumed.

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Book Review: Taking Charge of ADHD

Jul 8, 2013

Being a parent of a child living with ADHD brings its own set of challenges. Russell Barkley offers some advice for parents in his new book.

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Understanding Social Security Disability Insurance

Jun 28, 2013

It's important to know all of your options for help when living with a mental illness.

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Sharing Hope and Finding Success

Jun 27, 2013

NAMI leaders present their successes with African American and Latino community partnership programs at the NAMI National Convention.

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Rescuing American Healthcare

Jun 27, 2013

Can American healthcare be saved? The movie Escape Fire takes a look inside the damaged system.

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Book Review: Coming of Age on Zoloft

Jun 20, 2013

A mother reacts to Katherine Sharpe's novel on the impact medication has had on the identity of adolescents and young adults.

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PTSD Awareness Month: Educate Yourself

Jun 19, 2013

June is PTSD Awareness Month. Take a free self-assessment as a part of PTSD Screening Day.

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CDC: One in Five Kids Lives with a Mental Health Issue

Jun 18, 2013

A groundbreaking report from the CDC sheds light on children living with mental disorders.

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FDA Investigates Two Deaths Following Injection of Long–Acting Antipsychotic Zyprexa Relprevv

Jun 18, 2013

The long-acting injectable used for the treatment of schizophrenia is under investigation.

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Inspirational Documentary Fights the Stigma of Mental Illness

Jun 13, 2013

Individuals living with mental illness share their stories of perseverance in a documentary produced as a part of California’s initiative to fight stigma and raise awareness.

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