Though just two of Hirono's 5,418 residents lost their lives in Japan's mega-earthquake and tsunami, a new study shows that the survivors are struggling to keep their sanity.
(HealthDay)—Three new studies suggest that a sizeable percentage of American soldiers suffer from some type of mental health issue, at rates higher than those seen in the general population.
Offenders with mental disorders should be more involved in how assessments about the risks they pose and the treatment they receive are drawn up, according to a new policy briefing published today.
Mental health is a hot topic these days—and one that intersects with many other contemporary issues, including gun control and federal health-care reform. In November, the Obama administration implemented the final pieces ...