Being Lonely Means You're 29% More Likely to Have a Heart Attack
Mandy Oaklander | Time Magazine
It also means you’re 32 percent more susceptible to stroke, making loneliness as debilitating to health as anxiety and job stress.
A Potent Side Effect of the Flint Water Crisis: Mental Health Problems
Abby Goodnough and Scott Atkinson | The New York Times
A team of behavioral health specialists began addressing polluted water-related stress and anxiety in the Michigan city this past February.
Can technology transform mental health care?
Irv Lichtenwald | Healthcare IT News
Mental and behavioral health care is using technology wherever possible to try and make up for $5 billion in reduced funding.
Is Telemedicine The Key To Making Addiction Treatment Work?
D'Arcy Guerin Gue | HIT Consultant
Remote treatment emerges as an effective way to both cut costs and monitor patients after release from treatment facilities.
Social media and mental health
Sara Ashley O'Brien | CNN Money
There is potential harm in all those Facebook posts that make it seem like everyone is living a happier, more fulfilled life than you are.
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