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Video conferencing effective in mental health services delivery, but Medicare rebates needed says researcher Posted February 21, 2014 09:34:48 A researcher is urging mental health services provided by video conferencing be covered by Medicare.
Local bakers and bakeries donate gray-colored baked goods for sale with proceeds benefiting an organization that helps assist with those problems...From The Depressed Cake Shop website: Because the color represents what depression does: It coats a
The State of Indiana wants to hear about your experiences accessing services for your child in Evansville. Friday, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., the state's System of Care Partners are hosting a community focus group in Central Library's Browning Room.
Advocates from Save the Children, the charity employed to look after the children, say the minors arrived on Sunday morning and will be held in a detention centre that houses family groups. Save the Children says research shows the longer the
But the 47-year-old, who is among the growing ranks of homeless fisherman, does not seem fazed by the frostbite he is trying to recover from nor the rheumatoid arthritis that make his hands stiff. He talks about the men who died while he lived. "I
Piopio organic dairy farmers Nick and Jo Collins have found both personal and professional success in their holistic approach to farming, which includes decades-long use of homeopathy for animal health issues. Milking 250 crossbred cows on 130
Story Workplaces must find better ways to help employees overcome mental health issues. Getty Images/iStockphoto Workplace We all know we want to do something, she said, acknowledging that initiatives to improve mental health are not often at the top
House star Hugh Laurie called for a boycott of Russian vodka in a Twitter post Friday night, but retracted it the next morning, suggesting a different method of protest. Laurie tweeted : I'd boycott Russian goods if I could think of a single thing
Fuoco / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette The National Institutes of Health funded only a negligible number of studies researching the health of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people over more than two decades, according to an analysis led by the
Comedians are no strangers to mental health issues, with stars from Stephen Fry to Ruby Wax talking openly about their suffering. Now a study has found that those working in comedy may be more disposed to high levels of psychotic personality traits.