Psychology & Psychiatry

Why clients stop going to therapy

Associate professor Rachel Tambling and doctoral candidate Thomas Bischoff, both of UConn's Department of Human Development and Family Studies, recently completed a study that examines why clients terminate their work with ...

HIV & AIDS

The unexpected effects of the HIV prevention pill

On a brilliant blue California morning, an ambulance idles up San Francisco's Castro Street. A small rainbow flag flutters from its antenna while its speakers blare:

HIV & AIDS

Aspirin could reduce HIV infections in women

With nearly two million new infections and one million associated deaths each year, the HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) pandemic is alive and well. Thirty-seven million people are now living with HIV, more than half of ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

One in four Australians are lonely

One in four Australians are lonely, our new report has found, and it's not just a problem among older Australians – it affects both genders and almost all age groups.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Do family interventions for psychosis translate in China?

A study published in the Community Mental Health Journal examines the potential application of family interventions for psychosis (FIP) within a Chinese context. The study's researchers, led by Dr. Jeremy Dixon of the University ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Significant increase in mental health conditions among US students

University students in the US are showing increasingly higher rates of diagnosis for a range of mental health conditions, potentially putting their academic success at risk, suggests new research published in the Journal ...

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