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Nearly Half of The Millions of Mentally Ill US Teens go Untreated

For those who remain unaware of the US’s growing epidemic issues regarding mental health, hopefully, this article will serve as a wake-up call. The following excerpt was first reported by CNN and takes a brief, albeit, somewhat terrifyingly-illuminating look at the current state of the nation’s growing teenage mental illness epidemic, as well as the …

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Potentially Groundbreaking Depression Medication Soon to be Approved

As Michael A. Ellis hypothetically phrases it in his Psychology Today Article, “the Holy Grail of Psychiatry” would be to develop a depression medication that works in days rather than the average 4 – 6 weeks it takes the depression medications we currently use today. As he goes on to explain in his latest web …

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Fed Up Vermont Says Hub and Spoke is a Flawed Approach to Opioid Addiction

Fed Up Vermont Says Hub and Spoke is a Flawed Approach to Opioid Addiction Written by Brad Matheson, MBA, in Section Must Reads Fed Up Vermont Says Hub and Spoke is a Flawed Approach to Opioid Addiction Editor’s note: This commentary is by Wendy Galbraith of Manchester, Geri Gilmore of Arlington, Jo Lambling of Manchester Center, …

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Decision Making and Education Policy Making

Education Policy is an Instrument for Social-Cultural Change “How do education policymakers make their decisions, and how might educational psychologists best engage with education policymakers to influence their decision-making process?” Originally posted in PsychologyToday.com and written by Benjamin Brock, MSW, Ph.D. Student at Temple University on April 9th, 2018. Charged with immense responsibility and tasked …

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How One Community Gets Behind Children With Special Needs

How One Community Gets Behind Children With Special Needs Written by Craig Rogers, in Section Positive Parenting This Community Has It’s Act Together and Serving Special Needs Children and Families “Not another moment lost to seizures” is the tagline for the Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego County. Every summer, the foundation sponsors Camp Quest for kids …

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New Study Finds Screen Time Can Delay Crucial Development in Young Children

As parents could have probably already have surmised from their own, personal experience, too much screen time on any device can have a detrimental effect on their child’s life. However, while there have been many studies on the effects of too much screen time on adolescents, there have been limited studies focused on younger children. …

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