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The Brain Continues to Develop in Young People With Schizophrenia

November 7, 2018

Published by Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, eNews November 7, 6PM A research team has discovered something important—and encouraging—about what happens to the brain in the period immediately following the onset of schizophrenia. Based on analysis of functional MRI brain imaging, they conclude that during the first one to two years following diagnosis, the brain more »

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Dispelling Myths on Mental Illness

This was adapted from a NAMI post by Sarah Powell Jul. 17, 2015 1. Myth: Mental health conditions are uncommon. Fact: One in five Americans experiences Mental illness in their lifetime. One in twenty-five Americans experience a serious mental illness in any given year. 2. Myth: Mental illness is the result of bad parenting. Fact: more »

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Mental Health First Aid

September 18, 2018

The following article is from the 09/17/18 First-Aid Training for Mental Health A growing program teaches people to identify and respond to others in emotional distress By Bonnie Miller Rubin, Sept. 14, 2018 12:16 p.m. ET – First-aid training equips anyone to help people who are injured or physically ill. Which raises the 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,, 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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