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Looking for Light in the Mental Health Care Wilderness

Paul Raeburn writes poignantly of his experiences as a father helping raise three children, two of whom suffer from mental illness-a son with bipolar disorder and a daughter with depression. His account will elicit a shudder of recognition from clinicians … Continue reading

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Mental Health Care

Mental Health Care is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. There are various facets to mental illness. The most heard and common are Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, dementia etc.These generally stem out of depression. Let us try and … Continue reading

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Suicide Prevention Through Better Mental Health Care

Better mental health care and ease of access : We need to find ways to make life less difficult for people who struggle with mental illness. No one should have to choose between needed medicine and food or shelter. We … Continue reading

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Study Identifies Factors Leading to Discontinuation of Treatment for Opioid Addiction

Earlier considered as a scourge specific to military veterans, opioid addiction has today spread to each section of the society. Surprisingly, the crisis has largely engulfed teenagers, women or older adults. Addiction to opioids, including heroin, morphine and prescription pain … Continue reading

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Cost of Alcohol Abuse is Far Greater Than Drug Abuse in California, Says Study

The misuse and abuse of alcohol and drugs can have various repercussions, not only on the individuals doing that and their families, but also on the society as a whole. One of its major consequences is financial burden. Besides causing … Continue reading

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