JOURNALS/NEWSLETTERS/REPORTS

 

Volume 47, No. 5

Psychiatric News

 

ADVOCACY/AWARENESS

 

The jail shouldn’t be our community’s largest psychiatric facility

Las Vegas Sun

 

Pregnancy Loss and Postpartum Depression

Boston Globe

 

Eating disorder inspires Chicago photographer to help others

Medill Reports (Northwestern University)

 

New eating disorder center opens -- a great help for students

Gainesville Sun

 

Tumblr crack down on eating disorder sites good first step, but health starts at home

Daily Wildcat (University of Arizona)

 

GetBusyThriving.com Calling National Eating Disorder Awareness Week A Success

Albany Times Union

 

The silent addiction

The Clarion (Citrus College)

 

The Anxious Mind

Daily Kansan (University of Kansas)

 

Mind over battle: Modern psychotherapy wages war against PTSD

Beckley Register-Herald

 

He chased meth until it caught him: One man’s story of redemption

Atascocita Observer

 

Mental health facility fears are unfounded

Charlotte Observer

 

DSM-5 In the Homestretch—1. Integrating the Coding Systems

Psychiatric Times

 

YOUTH

 

Mental health troubles growing for jailed juveniles, agency head says

Bryan College Station Eagle

 

Minnesota School District Reaches Agreement on Preventing Gay Bullying

New York Times

 

Prescription drug abuse escalating, especially among young people

Chicago Tribune

 

Teens choosing death in Russia

Washington Post

 

Online counseling hurts more than helps

Daily Wildcat (University of Arizona)

 

POLICY/FUNDING

 

Colyer addresses mental health advocates

Topeka Capital-Journal

 

MILITARY/VETERANS

 

VA acute mental health facility faces chronic lack of docs

Helena Independent Record

 

MILITARY: Four Marine suicides in February raise year's total to eight

North County Times

 

America's Leading Employers Join Forces to Find 10,000 Jobs for Veterans and Military Spouses

Huffington Post

 

HOMELESSNESS

 

Richard Codey, Former N.J. Governor, Disguises Self As Homeless To Expose System Shortcomings

Huffington Post

 

SCIENCE/RESEARCH

 

Study: Industrial chemicals cause hyperactivity, learning problems

Tucson Sentinel

 

Abortion-Depression Link Doesn't Hold Up, Mental Health Researchers Say

Huffington Post

 

Overcoming Drugs or Alcohol: 10% of the U.S. Population Has Done It

TIME

 

Fetal Cocaine Exposure May Not Affect Kids' Academics: Study

HealthDay

 

Constant Stress Linked to Memory Loss

Medpage Today

 

Marriage Vows Have Health Protective Effect

PsychCentral

 

Blood Pressure Drug Relieves PTSD Nightmares

PsychCentral

 

Medical Theory Supports Yoga, Eastern-Western Medical Approach

PsychCentral

 

Sleep-Disordered Breathing Tied to Risk for Behavioral, Emotional Problems

PsychCentral

 

Mom's SSRI Use Linked to Delayed Fetal Growth, Preterm Birth

Medscape

 

One in 10 Americans Recovering From Substance Abuse

Medscape

 

Veterans With Mental Illness More Likely to Receive Opioids

Medscape

 

Emergency Treatment of Self-injurious Behavior

Medscape

 

Serotonin Syndrome

Medscape

 

Persistent anxiety disorders common in young bipolar disorder patients

MedWire News

 

Attributional bias not linked to paranoia in patients at risk for psychosis

MedWire News

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