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July 12, 2006

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Center helps those with mental illness
Ironton Tribune - Ironton,OH,USA
... Consumers Inc., at 706 Park Ave., has opened what it calls a “drop-in center” for those with mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or ...

Insurance pays more for physical than mental illness in Ohio
Akron Beacon Journal - Akron,OH,USA
... For Susan and Donald Mikolic, treating bipolar disorder in both of their teenage sons and other mental health problems in the family, including their own ...

Scientist Live - London,UK
It has been known for many years that genetic factors are at the base of depression and bipolar disorder, but the complex molecular networks involved remain ...

Mild Sadness Provokes Depressive Thinking In Some Recovered Patients

Inside Out | Treat the whole life, not the symptoms
Road rage is not really road rage. Of course, anyone who has seen that frightening and dangerous behavior might argue with that. But according to a recent study in the archives of General Psychiatry, it's something called Intermittent Explosive Disorder, and it affects nearly 16 million Americans, more than schizophrenia and bipolar disorder combined.

Center helps those with mental illness
The Ironton Tribune
Harold Flick believes those with mental illness often feel as if they have no place to turn. They feel alone, as if no one understands them, he said. But, there is a place for those who need "a family" to call their own, Flick said.

My mother is crazy and terrifying
I've done well in spite of her -- but how can I protect my younger sister?

Treatment briefly clears the storm clouds
Orange County Register
VIDEO: It's Dec. 5, 2004, and I'm in the UCI emergency room. I'm trying to strip off my clothes and run down the hallway, but David restrains me.

Ohio insurers short mental illness
The Plain Dealer
Columbus - Some Ohio families struggling with mental illness are discovering that health insurance doesn't pay nearly as much to cover their bills as it would for physical ailments.

Is the label worse than the illness?
Daily Telegraph
Just the diagnosis of manic depression can be a shattering event, one sufferer tells Cassandra Jardine.

Woman conflicted over career path
Morning Sentinel
D ear Annie: I am currently pursuing a degree in teaching. I decided to do this slowly (it's been five years), because I wanted to stay home with my son. Also, I have never been truly sure that teaching is what I want to do. More importantly, I have bipolar disorder, and this may interfere with t

Omega-3s for Boosting Mood
Psychology Today
The building blocks of happy brains.

Therapy explores mind's dark places
Orange County Register
A serial killer lurks in the house. I dive into the closets, looking for him behind the clothes. I count the knives to make sure he hasn't taken any. I check under the beds. Then I look in the closets again. And then again.

Man released, declared fit to stand hearings
Macomb Journal
MACOMB - A Macomb man who was found unfit to stand trial in December appeared in McDonough County Circuit Court on Tuesday for a fitness hearing. John Stovall, 27, has been under the care of the state Department of Human Services since his initial fitness hearing in December.

Neuropsychiatric Abnormalities: A New Vista From Studies on Fundamental Properties of Neural Communication
Psychiatric Times
In recent years, a number of researchers have suggested schizophrenia be viewed as a disorder of brain connectivity (e.g., Andreasen, 2000; Crow, 1998; Friston and Frith, 1995; Selemon and Goldman-Rakic, 1999). This view is intuitively appealing, as schizophrenia was conceptualized by Bleuler (1950) as a "splitting of the psychic functions" in which .phpects of thought and personality were

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