The Prevailing Problem With Mental Health Care In AmericaMental health conditions are prevalent in this country and sadly we have a serious lack of professionals and facilities to deal with it.
Students With Behavioral Issues Brush And Sculpt Their Way To A Better Day In South JerseyFor 13 years, the program titled CASTLE has been helping Children Achieve Success through Therapeutic Life Experiences.
Temple Holds Mental Health FairThursday's Fair at Temple University focused on helping folks with Psychiatric Disabilities participate in recreational and physical activities.
Mental Health Officials Gather In Philly To LearnMental health officials from all over the world visited Philadelphia Tuesday, drawn by the city's approach to addressing behavioral health issues.
Man Accused Of Shooting Father On Schuylkill Expressway Committed For Mental Health EvaluationKymere Corbin is currently being held in the Montgomery County prison, but a judge has ordered him committed to Norristown State Hospital for treatment for a period not to exceed 90-days.
Student-Parent Coalition Wants Penn To Get Serious About Mental Health IssuesA group of students and parents wants the University of Pennsylvania to offer more mental health counseling to students after seven suicides were reported in two years.
Mental Health Screening Kiosk Opens Outside Of Drexel University Rec CenterThe mental health screening is anonymous. You walk up to the kiosk, and there are a bunch of yes-or-no questions on various topics including depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder.
Emotional Turmoil Takes Its TollA marriage or relationship in emotional turmoil may be as harmful for your health as smoking cigarettes or a poor diet.
Limit Multi-tasking To Avoid RisksResearch has shown that for all of us there is a breaking point for multi-tasking and the risks can be significant.
Millions Of Americans Suffer From Panic DisorderPanic disorder impacts six million people and two thirds of them are women.
R'nel: More Concerned With Extra Bag Fee Than Mental HealthGermanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz ripped up a doctor’s note excusing him from work on the day he crashed a crowded passenger plane into a mountain, according to investigators.
Study: Suicide Rates Among Middle-Aged Adults Have Sharply IncreasedAccording to a study published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine, suicide rates among adults ages 40-64 have increased about 40 percent since 1999, with a sharp rise since 2007.