When you live with mental illness, taking good care of yourself is a top priority. But what if you’ve fixed your diet and exercise habits, developed tools to manage your condition, but still struggle to sleep? Sleep problems are common in people with mental illness, but they’re not insurmountable. These tips will help you solve […]
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Latest Research & Articles
Four Basic things people get wrong about mental illness and addiction | by Karen Lankford, PhD , Neuroscientist at Yale University
Until a few years ago, I paid little attention to the ways that mental illnesses and addiction were being discussed in the public arena. My area of neuroscience research has little connection to these kinds of conditions, and I was not directly involved in public policy issues. After making friends with a man who has […]
Everyone wants to end gun violence. Everyone deserves to live, work, and raise families in a safe environment in America. So how do we reasonably reduce gun violence in America without jeopardizing our Second Amendment Rights under the United States Constitution and without jeopardizing the human rights of all? In 2013 I was part of […]