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Anxiety could be an initial stage of Alzheimer’s, says study
01-17-18 Category: Anxiety, Behavioral Health, Mental Health

Anxiety-related symptoms could be a strong sign of the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), according to a recent study by researchers at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. According to the study, anxiety symptoms could serve as indicators of Alzheimer’s disease before the afflicted individual experiences actual cognitive impairment. In the event of further substantial […]


Beau Biden Gun Violence Prevention Act could prevent people with mental illness from possessing firearms
01-17-18 Category: Mental Health

Governor John Carney of Delaware recently introduced House Bill (HB) 302 or the Beau Biden Gun Violence Prevention Act that would prevent the possession of firearms by those who pose a danger to themselves or others. While Delaware already prohibits gun ownership for individuals committed to a mental health facility, the new legislation would help […]


Matrix Model: An integrative treatment for stimulant use disorder
01-17-18 Category: Addiction Treatment, Therapy, Treatment

One of the major challenges of treating a person trying to achieve sobriety by abstaining from substances is substituting old drug-taking behaviors with new habits. Therefore, it becomes essential to ensure adequate support and effective interventions for such patients for the formation of new habits. To ensure long-term recovery and prevention of a relapse, psychosocial […]


US senators urge President Trump to renew opioid public health emergency
01-16-18 Category: Opioid

After witnessing “too little action” in the battle against the worsening opioid epidemic, a group of Democratic senators has urged President Donald Trump to renew the public health emergency that is set to expire on Jan. 23, 2018. In a letter sent to the President on January 12, the senators stated that since the declaration […]


Lawsuit Alleges Insurance Giant Centene Misleads Subscribers
01-12-18 Category: Addiction

By Lise Millay Stevens According to a detailed report published in The Hill yesterday, insurance behemoth Centene is at the center of controversy again. Less than two weeks into the new year, the company has been slapped with a class-action lawsuit due to inadequate networks of providers and hospitals in the company’s Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) […]


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