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Mental Health First Aid

September 18, 2018

Understanding how to react to a Mental Health situation is just as important as responding to someone choking – are you prepared? Take a Mental Health First Aid Class with NAMIQN October 19th, click to register: https://bit.ly/2NULdYr The following article is from the WSJ.com 09/17/18 First-Aid Training for Mental Health A growing program teaches people more »

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Register Now for the Fall Family-to-Family Classes

September 2, 2018

NYC Health+Hospital Queens Tuesdays, Sept 11th through November 27, 6:00-8:30PM Leader: Valerie Newman 516-514-5183 ADD ME TO THE CLASS INTEREST LIST   Syosset Hospital Wednesdays, Sept. 26 – Dec. 19, 2018, 7-9:30PM Co-Leaders Linda Manzo 516-680-5480, Vincent Esselborn 516-941-8946 ADD ME TO THE CLASS INTEREST LIST   Zucker Hillside Hospital Mondays, September 24 – December more »

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Feed Your Head: Foods That Target Depression and Anxiety

July 31, 2018

Based on mounting research, doctors are prescribing nutrient-rich foods as a recipe for better mental health. With the help of high-profile chefs, they’re doing it deliciously, too By Kathleen Squires, WSJ.com, July 26, 2018 2:18 p.m. ET In 2015, Jessica Largey was living her dream. As the chef de cuisine at the Michelin-starred restaurant Manresa, more »

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New Circle of Care Guidebook Assists Caregivers

July 27, 2018

NAMI partnered with the National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) to create the Circle of Care guidebook This new toolkit provides resources and information to help friends, family and neighbors who care for an adult with a mental health condition. The guidebook is made up of fact sheets to assist caregivers with finding help for the more »

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Gene Variation Accounts for Why Antipsychotics Reduce Cognitive Symptoms in Some Patients

July 20, 2018

eNews from the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation Antipsychotic medications are a cornerstone of treatment for schizophrenia and related disorders. They prevent hallucinations and delusions for most people, and for some, they also help reduce the cognitive impairments associated with these illnesses, such as problems with memory and attention. Now, researchers have identified a genetic more »

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