Elevated cognitive rumination was associated with suicidal ideation in adolescents with major depressive disorder, according to study findings published in the Journal of Affective Disorders.
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Mental Health | Emotional maltreatment may have stronger effects on the psyche of children and adolescents than physical abuse and neglect, suggest study results published online ahead of print in Child Maltreatment.
Mental Health & Alcohol consumption | Individuals under the age of 40 - particularly males - face higher risks from alcohol consumption than older adults...
Bipolar I; The perspective of living with it.
Mental Health | In general, specialist advice should be sought when stopping or switching antipsychotics.
While antipsychotics are often needed long term, there are circumstances when clinicians, patients and families should reconsider the benefits versus the harms of continuing treatment. Consideration should always involve your prescriber.
Groundbreaking Developments in Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Crisis Service Provision.
In fiscal year (FY) 2001, SAMHSA awarded a competitive, discretionary grant to establish a network of crisis centers that would respond to crisis calls from their local communities, to ensure those crisis center counselors were trained, and that all crisis centers in the network met standards for accreditation.
Mental Health improvements | Why you should put energy into yr Hobbies | Reducing symptoms of Depression.
Do you know someone who’s just really into something specific like paddle-boarding, painting, collecting something, or model trains?
If you drink nearly 14 drinks per week (2 drinks per day) and already suffer from mild cognitive impairment (MCI),
Mental Health | The proportion of young people in the United States experiencing mood disorders and other mental health issues has increased significantly over the past 10 years....
and researchers found no corresponding increase among older Americans. The findings appear online in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology.