Latest Foundation Radio Spot Examines Link Between Illness and Depression

The Maryland Foundation for Psychiatry, Inc.’s latest public service announcement on local Maryland radio stations focuses on how how various illnesses can be linked...

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Study Suggests Differences In How The Brain Processes Emotional, Physical Pain

The Colorado Daily (11/18, Brennan) reported that a University of Colorado study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and the National Institute...

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Study: Proportion Of Opioid-Dependent Pregnant Women Has More Than Doubled In Past 15 Years

HealthDay (11/19, Haelle) reports that according to a study published in the December issue of the journal Anesthesiology, “the proportion of women dependent on...

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Physicians May Overlook Needs Of Caregivers

The New York Times (11/18, Gross) “The New Old Age” blog reports that according to an article published March 12 in the Journal of...

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Researchers Coming Closer To Developing Non-Addictive Medications To Relieve Severe, Chronic Pain

USA Today (11/18) reports that researchers are “closing in on creating medicines that could relieve severe, chronic pain without getting people hooked – raising...

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Many Workers With Mental Health Disorders Wary Of Disclosing Condition To Supervisor

The New York Times (11/15, B4, Tugend, Subscription Publication) reported that some 43.7 million US adults “suffer from a mental, behavioral or emotional disorder,...

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Satcher: Progress On Alzheimer’s Held Back By Limited Funding.

In The Hill (11/15) Congress Blog, former Surgeon General and Director of the CDC David Satcher, MD, wrote that people should be more frightened...

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CDC: 22.9% Of US High School Students Currently Using A Tobacco Product

Major newspapers, wire sources, Internet and consumer medical outlets cover the findings from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Youth Tobacco Survey...

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NIMH Creates New Mental Health Strategic Plan

Roll Call (11/14, Jenks) reports the National Institute of Mental Health “has decided to update its strategic plan.” With the last plan having been...

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