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Looking For Answers: What We Know About Mass Shootings Aug 6, 2019

Studies show that a relatively small percentage of violent crimes are perpetrated by people with diagnosed mental health issues and that gun access - not mental health symptoms - is the primary predictor of firearm violence. "It's really just scapegoating...

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Oregon Students Can Take 'Mental Health Days' Jul 23, 2019

Oregon will allow students to take 'mental health days' just as they would sick days, expanding the reasons for excused school absences to include mental or behavioral health under a new law that experts say is one of the first...

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Man's Best Friend May 21, 2019

Whether you like dogs, cats or some other creature, the company of animals - whether as pets or service animals - can have a profound impact on a person's quality of life and ability to recover from illnesses.Did you know:Nearly...

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Work-Life Balance May 14, 2019

Work allows you to provide for yourself and your family while also serving a purpose in the community, but when it takes over your life, it can negatively affect your health.Here are some results from Mental Health America's latest Work...

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Mental Health Awareness Month May 13, 2019

At Frontier Behavioral Health we are celebrating recovery and the belief that no one should be defined by their mental health diagnosis. Mental illness should no longer be something we think about in terms of maintenance over a lifetime but...

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Girls Are More Often Bullied Than Boys May 8, 2019

Girls are more likely to be bullied than boys and consider suicide, according to a new study from Rutgers University.While teen bullying does not automatically lead to suicide, it does affect health and well-being in the following ways:Depression, loneliness, or...

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