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  • The Benefits of Sarcasm
  • Facebook and Depression
  • Coming Out Proud to Erase the Stigma of Mental Illness
  • May is Mental Health Awareness Month
  • Mental Health of Affluent Teens: An Infographic
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  • Personal Legacy: Remembering and Being Remembered
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  • Grace: Drilling Down to Core Values
    I Choose Change
  • The Velveteen Rabbit
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  • Unilateral Equal to Bitemporal ECT in Depression
  • AAP Clinical Report on Binge Drinking in Adolescents
  • Brain Differences Seen With Combined Cannabis, Tobacco Use
  • Pair of Genetic Tests Beneficial in Autism
  • Oxytocin Shows No Effect in Schizophrenia
    "mental health" - Bing News
  • The Price of Being Strong: Risks to the Mental Health of Athletes - Huffington Post
  • Aurora's Hard Truth: Mental Health Screening for Gun Buyers is Nearly Non-Existent - Huffington Post
  • Poor mental health may shorten lifespan - Times of India
  • Military Mental Health Crisis Exposed With Camp Liberty Killings - Bloomberg
  • Dogs: A medicine for mental health problems? - CNN
  • Mental Health Blog
  • Scientists Create Neurons From Blood Samples
  • What Does Your Facebook Status Say About You?
  • Anti-Epilepsy Medication May Reduce The Effects of Stroke
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  • Mental health
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  • Helping or hovering? 'Helicopter parenting' backfires
  • 'We know that kids come home': Families feel renewed hope
  • Born into captivity, 6-year-old can recover, experts say
  • Cleveland story sparks hope for parents of lost kids
  • New Scientist - Mental Health
  • Stop labelling unemployment as a psychological disorder
  • Tetris blocks traumatic flashbacks even after the memory is fixed
  • Antibody wipeout found to relieve chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Could an inflamed brain be a hidden cause of depression?
  • It's fun to play 'what if' with Ubble but will it boost health?
    NIMH | Recent Updates
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  • Concept Clearance The Neural Mechanisms of Integrated Social and Emotional Representation
  • Blog Post Crowdsourcing RDoC
  • Concept Clearance Preventing Suicide in the Juvenile Justice System
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  • Teen Health 411
  • Thank You - Grand Rounds 6.31
  • Thank You - Grand Rounds 6.31
  • Thank You - Grand Rounds 6.31
  • Thank You - Grand Rounds 6.31
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    World of Psychology
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