Archive

12 Nov
0

The Mental Illness and Criminality Connection

Convicted felons are diagnosed as mentally ill at a rate 2-4 times that of the non-criminal population. It would be easy to make the supposition that anyone who commits a crime is in some degree mentally ill. And not many ...

Read More
10 Nov
0

Mental Health and Diet

One’s diet and one’s mental health could be very directly related. So much so, that instead of reaching for a prescription drug to “cure” depression, ADD, Bi-Polar Disorder and other mental manifestations, one might do well to take a closer ...

Read More
07 Nov
0

One life-long thing that can dramatically impact learning

I plan for 8-9 hours. My husband aims for less – maybe closer to 6 hours. My best pal tallies around 7 hours. What am I talking about? No, it’s not study or homework time. It is the time allotted ...

Read More
04 Nov
0

Can Medical Conditions Cause Severe Psychiatric Symptoms?

Yes, they can. Many people end up receiving psychiatric medications and other treatments when undiagnosed and untreated medical conditions are the true cause of their so-called mental illnesses. Dr. Ronald J Diamond is a Professor in the Dept. of Psychiatry ...

Read More
04 Nov
0

Mental Health and Diet

One’s diet and one’s mental health could be very directly related. So much so, that instead of reaching for a prescription drug to “cure” depression, ADD, Bi-Polar Disorder and other mental manifestations, one might do well to take a closer ...

Read More
04 Nov
0

Are Mass Shootings on the Rise?

Recently, there has been some debate about whether mass shootings are on the rise or not.  Studies have been done using different kinds of criteria thus resulting in different answers.  One study includes gang killings and shootings in the home ...

Read More
SIGN UP FOR THE LATEST NEWS
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.