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Creative Minds Mental Health Forum targets certain majors to discuss mental health

It can be hard to set creativity on a timeline. Projects like designing a poster or composing a piece of music can be overwhelming for some students, according to Skyler Dykes, an Association of Stude... read more

Nintendo Is Already Taking The Necessary Steps To Combat Video Game Addiction

Video game addiction in recent times has become a major concern for health authorities worldwide. The World Health Organization announced its own plans in June 2018 to recognise gaming as a mental hea... read more

A Release: Q&A with Tiffany L. Clark

When I was in college I was an overall art major, I would say I was definitely at my most creative ... the forum about my project and said that I was not here to gain fame off of what they’re going th... read more

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Listening to young people online

Forums are still an area where young people discuss mental health ... participating in conversations using specific terms relevant to mental health, between 16 July 2017 and 9 May 2018, across the UK. ... read more

A Depression-Fighting Strategy That Could Go Viral

The treatment was so effective that six months after starting this therapy, only 6 percent of those treated still had major depression ... help them integrate mental health care into their work. So fa... read more

Girl Power: Atlanta de Cadenet Taylor Designs Curvy Swim, Hones Advocacy Platform

“Everything I’ve done, from being a kid growing up around creative ... about mental health awareness, stemming from her own bipolar diagnosis a year and a half ago. In February, she launched her podca... read more

Specific reduction in cortisol stress reactivity after social but not attention-based mental training

Psychosocial stress is a public health burden in modern societies ... We asked whether the contemplative mental training of different practice types targeting attentional, socio-affective (for example ... read more

A Physician Analyzes Valeant's Siliq, As The Stock Crashes

The linked BioWorld article also reviews several other major deals that VRX was doing at the time. That period, summer 2015, is precisely when VRX soared to its all-time peak and then began its precip... read more

Universities May Have Duty to Block Students' Access to Sites That Carry Supposedly "Harassing" Statements About Students

Following their advocacy, FUC members found themselves the targets of online hostility, particularly on a now-defunct platform called Yik Yak that allowed users within a certain geographic radius to p... read more

Why Won’t We Talk About Violence and Masculinity in America?

De-stigmatizing mental ... discuss and facilitate, or we can ignore and exacerbate harm. This violence is a public health crises. Other countries understand the vital importance to society of understa... read more

Suicide among men—and the myth of impulsive acts

Clinical social worker Susan Lindau is an adjunct professor at the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work in its Department of Adult Mental Health and Wellness ... wish I had …" If he hasn't re... read more

Do Corporations Have Minds?

Then we asked in each case whether the organization itself had a certain mental state ... apply theory of mind to corporations. In saying this, I certainly don’t mean to imply that people hold a belie... read more

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