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children with physical disabilities are at higher risk of poor mental health




a new study from lund university in sweden shows that even children with limited physical disabilities are at risk of developing mental issues later in life. girls and adolescents from socio-economically vulnerable families are at greatest risk. the study was published in the reputable journal plos ...



children with chronic illness often show signs of mental health problems




children commonly show signs of a mental disorder soon after receiving a diagnosis involving a of a chronic physical condition, according to a recent study in bmj open. researchers from the university of waterloo surveyed children between the ages of six and 16, and all within a month of their diagn...



penn researcher calls on the scientific community to defend individuals with dis




image: david s. mandell, scd, is a professor of mental health services in the department of psychiatry and director of the center for mental health policy and services research in the... view more credit: center for mental health policy and services research in the perelman school of medicine at th...



take steps toward mental health




​mental illness affects an estimated 43.4 million adults in the u.s., the national institute of mental health reports. that's almost the population of california, the most populous state, and its neighbor arizona combined. unfortunately, while the effects of mental illness on those who suffer from...



children exposed to chemicals in 9/11 'dust' show early signs of risk of heart d




sixteen years after the collapse of the world trade center towers sent a "cloud" of toxic debris across lower manhattan, children living nearby who likely breathed in the ash and fumes are showing early signs of risk for future heart disease.this is the main finding of an analysis by nyu langone hea...



new year’s resolutions for your mental health




every new year we set about making new year's resolutions. usually they're related to our physical health: going on a diet, joining a gym or drinking less. but what about our mental health?mental health is central to every part of our lives: how we interact with loved ones, how productive we are at ...



serious risk of mental health crisis in yemen, say experts




december 4, 2017 - yemenis face serious mental health risks, but the issue is being neglected, says a new study released today by columbia university's mailman school of public health and the sana'a center for strategic studies, columbia law school's human rights clinic. the groups announced the sta...



children kept in isolation for up to 38 hours on average




children have been kept in seclusion in mental health units for up to 38 hours on average, state government data has revealed.the detailed data obtained by fairfax media shows high rates of isolation and restraint at sydney's children's hospitals and huge variations across the state's hospitals. ...



lack of food contributing to students' poor health and absenteeism




teenagers whose families worry about money for food are more likely to be overweight, have poor mental and physical health, and miss school, according to new university of auckland research.



ten things you need to know today: friday 10 nov 2017




the nspcc is warning today that too many children are struggling to access mental health services, with 150 a day denied support by the nhs in england. of 652,023 cases referred to children and adolescent mental health services (cams) between 2015 and 2017, at least 109,613 children were turned away...



postpartum hospital admissions for women with intellectual and developmental dis




image: journal of women's health, published monthly, is a core multidisciplinary journal dedicated to the diseases and conditions that hold greater risk for or are more prevalent among women, as well... view more credit: mary ann liebert, inc., publishersnew rochelle, ny, april 6, 2017 -- a new stu...



work stress top cause of mental health problems for men




work-related stress is the number one cause of mental health problems among british men, a new report for the mental health charity mind says.see related nurses question plan to recruit 21,000 mental health staffinstagram rated worst social network for mental healthin a survey which asked 15,000 pe...



children with disabilities in west africa experience violence from the day they




new york, ny - february 1, 2018 - disabled children in west africa experience significantly greater violence than their non-disabled peers and all experience violence from they day they are born, finds a study published in bmc public health by janet njelesani, assistant professor of occupational the...



teens who were severely bullied as children at higher risk of suicidal thoughts,




teens who were severely bullied as children by peers are at higher risk of mental health issues, including suicidal thoughts and behaviours, according to new research in cmaj (canadian medical association journal)."our findings showed a general tendency, in about 15% of the children, of being expose...



study: get moving to get happier




ann arbor---physical activity has long been known to reduce depression and anxiety, and is commonly prescribed to prevent or cure negative mental health conditions. however, less is known about the impact of physical activity on positive mental health conditions, such as happiness and contentment.we...



could gardening lower your risk of cancer? a cu researcher aims to find out




a green thumb may lower your risk of cancer.don't believe it? you're not the only one. which is why a university of colorado researcher is setting out to find hard evidence during a three-year clinical trial that will measure a variety of health factors in 312 participants who will be introduced to ...



women with pcos should be screened for mental health disorders




women with pcos are more likely to suffer from mental health disorders and should be routinely screened for these during medical assessments, according to a study presented at the society for endocrinology annual conference in harrogate. these findings support previous work showing that the conditio...



study: the family dog could help boost physical activity for kids with disabilit




image: this is researcher megan macdonald. view more credit: oregon state university college of public health and human sciencescorvallis, ore. - the family dog could serve as a partner and ally in efforts to help children with disabilities incorporate more physical activity into their daily lives...



sensory loss can be a warning sign of poor health outcomes, including death




a long-term study spanning five years and including more than 3,000 nationally-representative older us adults has found that a natural decline of the five classical senses (vision, hearing, taste, smell and touch) can predict a number of poor health outcomes, including greater risk of death. the stu...



mental health problems cost 300,000 uk jobs every year




long-term mental health problems cause as many as 300,000 people to leave their jobs every year, a new uk government-commissioned report reveals.see related how to spot the signs of depressionbritons among most depressed people in western worldbreathing space: mindfulness in your lunch hour the “...



when to take a mental health day




mental health issues are one of the most common forms of illness in australia with 3 million of us currently living with anxiety or depression alone. but it's not just our personal lives that are affected by mental health. it's our work and careers, too. a recent report conducted by beyond blue sh...



smoking during pregnancy and mental illness risk in kids




there are plenty of good reasons for pregnant women not to smoke. exposing a developing fetus to nicotine and the other carcinogens in cigarettes is linked to a higher risk of birth defects and miscarriage, as well as premature birth and low birth weight.a more controversial link has been suggested ...



people with and without mental health conditions receive preventive care at simi




people with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder received preventive health screenings at rates similar to or higher than people without mental illnesses, according to a study of more than 800,000 patients published today in the american journal of preventive medicine.nearly 10 million people in the u...



trump is surprisingly healthy




the president’s physical and mental health both appeared excellent in a recent exam, despite reportedly poor lifestyle habits.



boston medical center, head start partner to prevent maternal depression




boston - boston medical center (bmc), in partnership with action for boston community development's (abcd) head start program, has helped mothers experience a 40 percent reduction in the emergence of clinically significant depressive symptom episodes. among the study's subpopulation whose initial de...