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Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says Canada needs to do better when it comes to helping returning soldiers who may have post-traumatic stress. Trudeau's comments come after the fourth suicide by a Canadian soldier in two weeks. CP Video Watch Watch
Psychiatric nurses offer a missing and critical point of view in treating adolescents in foster care who have mental health issues, an instructor at Saint Louis University School of Nursing found. Adding a mental health nurse to the treatment team
Being a woman should never be considered a 'risk factor' for disease...In truth, no woman should accept a life filled with chronic pain or discomfort like, premenstrual cramps (PMS), yeast infections, bone loss, headaches and mood swings.
Racism and sexism are very much alive in Silicon Valley From Mercury News readers Posted: 12/04/2013 11:47:12 AM PST Updated: 12/04/2013 11:47:13 AM PST Discrimination is no myth in Silicon Valley Racism and sexism are very much alive in Silicon
As editors, they will commission and edit a series of inter-disciplinary texts that will present critical thinking on significant health issues for researchers, practising health professionals and postgraduate students in health-related disciplines.
A new report said that "Super Mario Brothers" was a favorite video game of Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza...Nearly a year since the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School where Lanza killed 26 people, Connecticut's state attorney office
New Zealand Cricket Players Association boss Heath Mills took a call yesterday from the latest cricketer seeking assistance with mental health issues. Whether that was prompted by the huge publicity around England batsman Jonathan Trott's departure
Watch Watch Watch Justice Minister Peter MacKay said the legislation is needed because of public concern about several high-profile cases, including that of Vince Li, who was found not criminally responsible in 2009 for beheading passenger Tim McLean
The first sitting of a court dedicated to mental health issues is taking place this morning in Saskatoon. "If the criminal justice system has ended up, and in some ways it has, on the front lines of mental illness, this is really sort of saying, 'Let'
I n an attempt to inform policy makers and keep the issue in the forefront of public debate, a three-year study of health-system concerns as seen through the eyes of the average Coloradan including several from Southwest Colorado has been publicized.