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Disliking Instagram's "like" button

by Mitchell Hartman Jun 21, 2019
Critics say kids' drive for validation and popularity on services like Instagram can lead to anxiety, depression and low self-esteem.
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How debt may take a toll on mental health

by Sabri Ben-Achour Jun 5, 2019
Whether student loans or credit-card debt, indebtedness is likely to bring you down.
Debt collectors could be texting you soon.
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How VA-trained psychiatrists are bringing their skills to civilians with PTSD

by Caroline Covington Nov 28, 2018
PTSD treatment so far has focused mostly on veterans, but that's changing.
PTSD treatment so far has focused mostly on veterans, but that's changing.
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Some of YouTube's biggest stars say their work is hurting their health

by Molly Wood Nov 28, 2018
Is the platform's unpredictable algorithm contributing to burnout?
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The high economic toll of mental illness

by Tracey Samuelson Oct 10, 2018
Costs are often indirect, such as not being able to work.
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U.S. suicides are on the rise but funding, research lags

by Aaron Schrank Jun 18, 2018
As people mourn the recent deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade, researchers say the growing public health crisis deserves more attention.
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Patients in a mental health crisis often end up in ERs, which are ill-equipped to help

by Elly Yu May 15, 2018
Emergency rooms are often the first places people end up during a mental health crisis. But many ERs aren’t really equipped to help. After they check in, patients can end up staying in emergency rooms for days just waiting for…

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Shooting survivors describe their long-term recovery

by Tracey Samuelson Feb 19, 2018
Even years after an event, the trauma lingers.
Barb Whitfield (R) and her grandson Wanya Whitfield, 15, visit at a makeshift memorial to the victims of the mass shooting at the Century 16 movie theater July 22, 2012 in Aurora, Colorado. 
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When it comes to insurance money, mental health is not treated equal

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Jan 5, 2018
For every $1 insurance companies reimburse primary care doctors, they reimburse mental health professionals only 83 cents. Even when treating the exact same thing, like depression.
Ten years after Congress passed a mental health parity law, people seeking care still have trouble finding treatments covered by insurance.
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Managing mental health in the midst of disaster

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Dec 15, 2017
A look at the cost of the impact of disasters on mental health — and the people who's job it is to help.
An inmate firefighter monitors flames as a house burns in the Napa wine region in California on October 9, 2017, as multiple wind-driven fires continue to whip through the region. 
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