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  • Emergency rooms adapt for patients with mental health needs

    Emergency rooms adapt for patients with mental health needs

    At St. Joseph’s Hospital in Southern California, doctors have created an emergency room specialized for those with mental health needs who often have longer wait times.

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  • Listen to Dr. Waghray talk about depression and anxiety

    Listen to Dr. Waghray talk about depression and anxiety

    Listen to Dr. Arpan Waghray talk with iHeart Radio about Providence St. Joseph Health and the Well Being Trust's prioritization of treating depression and anxiety.

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  • Listen to Dr. Waghray talk about mental health and young athletes

    Listen to Dr. Waghray talk about mental health and young athletes

    Listen to Dr. Arpan Waghray, of Providence St. Joseph Health and the Well Being Trust, talk with iHeart Radio about mental health and young athletes.

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  • Mental health: Many needs go unmet

    Mental health: Many needs go unmet

    More than half of Americans with a mental illness go untreated, according to the new survey of the state of mental health care.

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  • Well Being Trust announces first grants

    Well Being Trust announces first grants

    A new national foundation focused on mental health innovation...

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  • Rod's blog: Patrick Kennedy on destigmatizing mental health

    Rod's blog: Patrick Kennedy on destigmatizing mental health

    Recently, I had the opportunity to hear Patrick Kennedy speak about his personal struggles with mental illness and drug addiction. He talked openly about the trauma he experienced growing up, as...

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  • Our mental health innovations

    Our mental health innovations

    Our nation is facing a mental health crisis. Across the U.S., more than 40 million adults have a mental health condition, and more than half of them go untreated. Stigma, gaps in care and a lack of...

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  • How can you keep a marriage healthy? Follow these expert tips.

    The way a couple handles conflict says a lot about the health of their relationship, says our expert.

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  • Study links sexism to poor mental health in men

    The authors of a recent study singled out playboy behavior and power over women for special attention.

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  • Confronting a rising tide of suicide deaths

    The popularity of movies like “13 Reasons Why” has shone a spotlight on the phenomenon.

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  • Sorry about that: Why you apologize for everything

    Why is it that humans’ default response to what seems like everything is, “I’m sorry.”

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  • 10 natural remedies for anxiety that really work

    In observance of Mental Health Month, we’re sharing these 10 simple remedies for anxiety you can try at home.

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  • Here’s why we still need to talk about sexual consent

    Recent studies about people’s knowledge of sexual assault have discovered that men and younger adults still don’t understand what “counts.”

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  • 1 in 3 Ph.D. students develop a psychiatric disorder

    A recent study shows that even Ph.D. students experience mental illness with one out of three at risk of a psychiatric disorder.

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  • Recognizing signs of depression in kids

    Parents and concerned adults may sense when kids are depressed. Here are some signs and symptoms that can help you know.

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  • 5 mental health myths debunked

    5 mental health myths debunked

    Mental illness is a reality for millions of Americans of all ages, races and cultural backgrounds. We break down 5 common mental health myths.

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