MENTAL HEALTH

Therapy vs. drugs? How to choose the best anxiety treatment

WITHDemand for mental health services has risen sharply since the onset of the pandemic, with an estimated 1.6 million people in England waiting for specialist support and a further 8 million people who would benefit but whose mental health deterioration is not considered serious enough to even get on the waiting list. Between 2008 (the …

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The mental health campaign brings "higher" visibility to construction sites  Construction news

The mental health campaign brings “higher” visibility to construction sites Construction news

Balfour Beatty, Ford and the construction industry charity Lighthouse Club have launched a campaign to raise the profile of mental health promotion on construction sites through distinguishable vehicles and special vests for employees. The Make it Visible campaign provides mental health professionals from the Lighthouse Club with specialized supplies to get to the construction site. …

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A woman from Adelaide, who was packed by the kidnappers in the trunk of a car, talks about the impact on mental health

A woman who was abducted and abducted in the northern suburbs of Adelaide almost two years ago says she has turned to drugs to survive every day and is still afraid of people who want to hurt her. Key points: In 2020, a woman was threatened, attacked and placed in the trunk of a car …

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Virginia official says staff are leaving mental health facility to work at Chick-fil-A - Virginia Mercury

Virginia official says staff are leaving mental health facility to work at Chick-fil-A – Virginia Mercury

At a meeting last week, Virginia Health and Human Resources Minister John Littel made a charming remark about the state’s poorly equipped and congested mental health facilities. “We’re losing a lot of people to Chick-fil-A,” Littel told the General Assembly’s Joint Health Care Committee. “And hopefully the budget will help.” Personnel problems at mental health …

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Former Tranmere defender Joe Maguire reveals mental health issues in emotional social media post

Former Tranmere defender Joe Maguire reveals mental health issues in emotional social media post

LEAVING Tranmere Rovers defender Joe Maguire has revealed that he was seeking professional help after suffering mental problems this season. Maguire, who signed Rovers for a free transfer in the summer of 2021 after two seasons with Accrington Stanley, will become a free agent next month after being fired by manager Micky Mellon. The 26-year-old …

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ACRMC Addressing Mental Health in Rural Communities  protector of the people

ACRMC Addressing Mental Health in Rural Communities protector of the people

Press Release Adams County Regional Health Center and Senior Life Solutions are raising awareness of mental health issues in rural areas during May. While mental illnesses have a similar prevalence in both rural and urban settings, circumstances and approaches to treatment look different. The National Rural Health Association (NRHA) tells us that rural people face …

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Osaka's debate on mental health resonates at the French Open

Osaka’s debate on mental health resonates at the French Open

French Open 2022 Naomi Osaka ended after losing in the first round. The players who stayed in the tournament see and hear the products of her candid discussion about anxiety and depression a year ago – from the new tich quiet rooms ’and three psychiatrists at Roland Garros who have been called to the broader …

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FILE - Bianca Andreescu, of Canada, reacts between points during the first round of the U.S. Open tennis championships, Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021, in New York. 2019 U.S. Open champion Bianca Andreescu, a 21-year-old Canadian scheduled to face Tokyo Olympics gold medalist Belinda Bencic in Paris on Wednesday, announced in December she would sit out the start of this season, including the Australian Open, so she could "re-set, recover, and grow" after two difficult years. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, File)

Osaka’s debate on mental health resonates at the French Open

FILE – Bianca Andreescu of Canada reacts between points during the first round of the US Open tennis championship on Tuesday, August 31, 2021 in New York. The 2019 US Open champion Bianca Andreescu, a 21-year-old Canadian who will face Tokyo Olympics gold medalist Belinda Bencico on Wednesday in Paris, announced in December that she …

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