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5 Things Teens Can Do to Help Mentally-Ill Friend by Kate McLaughlin. Patient ExpertHealth Maven . If your friend is another teen, talk to their parents or school counselor. At a time when you both are calm and comfortable, share your list and the fact that these are symptoms of an illness that can be treated...
Marijuana Can Lead to Mental Illness by Nirmala N. researchers, marijuana can actually increase your risk of developing mental illness. Currently, marijuana... marijuana to mental health disorders. They discovered that marijuana users were 41 percent more likely...
Half of adolescents experience mental illness? by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven At what point does the concept of mental illness become meaningless ? Have we passed this point? Almost half of American adolescents experience at least one mental disorder, over a fourth experience
Marijuana linked to psychotic illness by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor used meta-analysis – a modern statistical method – to show that an earlier onset of severe mental illness... - A new study has provided the first conclusive evidence that marijuana (cannabis...
Teachers, Teens and Mental Health by Kate McLaughlin. Patient ExpertHealth Maven of onset for serious mental illnesses (including depression, panic and anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder... in the early phase of mental illness might look like a defiant child, a lazy student, a trouble maker. That’s...
"No Kidding, Me Too": The Long Reach of Mental Illness by Untreatable .. Patient Expert One in five Americans has a mental illness. A whopping 4 in 5 are affected... to make is that mental illness (though Pantoliano would prefer to call it dis-ease) has far-reaching effects...
The Mentally Ill and Addicted by Kate K. Patient Expert like to be tied to mental illness.  In some ways, I see psychotic mental illness as similarly addictive... with others who have been through similar experiences.  This applies not just to mental illness but to addiction. I have a strong respect...
Addiction, Mental Illness & Reaching Out by Kate McLaughlin. Patient ExpertHealth Maven . Diagnosed with bipolar disorder in her mid-teens, she’s struggled with addictions for nearly as long... romantic relationship in which her illness is used as a point of shame and degradation. I felt sad...
mental illness awareness week by Nattie F. Patient Expert is the main cause of death among people with a mental illness? "the most shocking thing about mental illness is how much it is misunderstood". the first week of october is " mental illness awareness week" ( miaw ), as established...
Severe mental illness tied t ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Severe mental illness tied to higher rates of substance use People with severe mental illness..., and protective factors usually associated with lower rates of substance use do not exist in severe mental illness...

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