Can Having A Garden Improve Your Health? - Bustle - Monday, April 24, 2017 - 12:10

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Can Having A Garden Improve Your Health?
Bustle
If your office is cooperative enough, green indoor walls and spaces are now becoming a "thing". (The color green on its own is good for you, according to the American Psychiatric Association, but it's worth getting some living greenery in to maximize ...

Join us for the 15th Annual NAMI Walks! - FOX40 - Monday, April 24, 2017 - 07:01

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Join us for the 15th Annual NAMI Walks!
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Mental Illness… It affects so many – probably even someone you know. Stand up for them! Show them you care! Join us on Saturday, May 6th at William Land Park and walk to end the stigma against mental illness. Come and take part in NAMI Walks' 15th ...
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Some Toledo doctors already give medical pot cards - Toledo Blade - Monday, April 24, 2017 - 04:03

Toledo Blade

Some Toledo doctors already give medical pot cards
Toledo Blade
While the seminar offers up to 18 continuing education credits through the American Medical Association and up to 17.9 contact hours through the American Nurses Credentialing Center, it doesn't have the stamp of approval of the state medical or ...

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MRI Brain Scans Predict Probability Of Depression Remission With CBT Or Antidepressants - OPEN MINDS (registration) - Monday, April 24, 2017 - 04:02

MRI Brain Scans Predict Probability Of Depression Remission With CBT Or Antidepressants
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MRI brain scans predicted the probability of depression remission among adults ages 18 to 65 following first-line treatment with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or with antidepressants. The imaging shows a biomarker in brain structure that ...

On This Date - Yankton Daily Press - Monday, April 24, 2017 - 02:48

On This Date
Yankton Daily Press
... • Those who still cling to the idea that the woman munitions worker is a mere attendant upon a machine, engaged in repetition work and incapable of taking the place of the skilled artisan, are being given a tangible proof that there are many ...

Rochelle Park Teen With Bipolar Disorder Slams Stereotypes In Rock Album - Hackensack Daily Voice - Monday, April 24, 2017 - 01:04

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Rochelle Park Teen With Bipolar Disorder Slams Stereotypes In Rock Album
Hackensack Daily Voice
Genevieve Dietzel of Rochelle Park is creating a rock album about life with bipolar disorder. Photo Credit: Genevieve Dietzel "Where my experiences may be more intense, I think, as bleak as this is, suffering and spiraling out of control is something a ...

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Rochelle Park Teen With Bipolar Disorder Slams Stereotypes In Rock Album - Fair Lawn-Glen Rock Daily Voice - Monday, April 24, 2017 - 01:04

Rochelle Park Teen With Bipolar Disorder Slams Stereotypes In Rock Album
Fair Lawn-Glen Rock Daily Voice
Genevieve Dietzel of Rochelle Park is creating a rock album about life with bipolar disorder. Photo Credit: Genevieve Dietzel "Where my experiences may be more intense, I think, as bleak as this is, suffering and spiraling out of control is something a ...

Virtual detox new reality in R.I. alcoholism rehab - The Providence Journal - Sunday, April 23, 2017 - 22:59

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Virtual detox new reality in R.I. alcoholism rehab
The Providence Journal
Potential cost savings further the appeal. According to research by Truven Health Analytics, an IBM company, inpatient treatment for persons with alcohol use disorder (a clinical description from the American Psychiatric Association) averages about $14 ...

EDITORIAL: More reefer madness - Washington Times - Sunday, April 23, 2017 - 19:35

Washington Times

EDITORIAL: More reefer madness
Washington Times
Marijuana has gone mainstream, its reputation hardly recognizable from the 1930s when a popular movie called “Reefer Madness” depicted in melodramatic fashion the dangers of smoking cannabis. “Reefer Madness” portrayed high school students driven ...

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EDITORIAL: More reefer madness - Washington Times - Sunday, April 23, 2017 - 19:20

Washington Times

EDITORIAL: More reefer madness
Washington Times
Marijuana has gone mainstream, its reputation hardly recognizable from the 1930s when a popular movie called “Reefer Madness” depicted in melodramatic fashion the dangers of smoking cannabis. “Reefer Madness” portrayed high school students driven ...

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POM can promote health benefits

In a ruling handed down today, an Administrative Law Judge with oversight of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has upheld the right of pomegranate juice manufacturer POM Wonderful to tell consumers about the health benefits of its juice. Since 1996, POM has invested over $35 million to do scientific research on their pomegranate products at 44 top universities and scientific centers around the globe. Over 70 of their studies have been published in significant peer-reviewed journals, validating the health benefits of the pomegranate and pomegranate juice.

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MRI Brain Scans Predict Probability Of Depression Remission With CBT Or Antidepressants - OPEN MINDS (registration)

MRI Brain Scans Predict Probability Of Depression Remission With CBT Or AntidepressantsOPEN MINDS (registration)MRI brain scans predicted the probability of depression remission among adults ages 18 to 65 following first-line treatment with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT

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