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Several medications are available to help combat the anxiety, hyperactivity and disruptive behavior people with mental illness often face.
Doling out hIgh doses of antipsychotic drugs may not be the best approach to tackling this common mental illness.
Despite what the mainstream media might suggest, up to 95 percent of people with mental illness are never or rarely violent toward others.
The bipartisan bill calls for a major influx of funding into new programs designed to help combat the opioid crisis.
A groundbreaking report that cast doubt on 40% of published psychology studies is exposing deep divisions in the mental health field.
Although recent reports have focused on high rates on anxiety and depression among transgender youth, new research offers a glimmer of hope.
More Americans than ever are taking drugs such as Valium and Xanax to help manage their mental health. But too many can be risky business.
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This article by benefits expert Jacques Chambers, discusses disability insurance.
This article previews the changes in store for Social Security and Medicare in 2016.
This article gives important information about the various health insurance plans available during open enrollment.
When it comes to mental health treatment, the idea of 'mind over matter' may not be way off the mark.
More Americans than ever are eligible for mental health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, but will they be able to find care?
When schools start before 8:30 am, kids don't get enough sleep, which can mean bad things for their health and well-being.
Using antipsychotics to treat ADHD is not even approved by the FDA, yet doctors across the U.S. are continuing to hand out prescriptions.