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This #InternationalMensDay, the bravest thing you can do is #BreakTheSilence. We’re here and ready to listen. Pick up the phone and call 0808 800 5005…

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23 percent develop PTSD, a difficult-to-treat illness

http://bit.ly/35k9OeL Most people who experience severe trauma recover their health. But 23 percent develop PTSD, a difficult-to-treat illness that combines intrusive thoughts about the trauma,…

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Posted in Female offender

Sexual victimization perpetrated by women: Federal data reveal surprising prevalence

http://bit.ly/2GVfYrv Highlights • Federal agency data find that female sexual perpetration is not uncommon. • Gender stereotypes interfere with complex understandings of sexual perpetration. •…

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Posted in Psychiatry

Fatty acids affected key signalling pathways responsible for development of mental illness.

Obesity has been linked to depression by scientists for years, but the reasons have always been somewhat unclear until now. New research led by the University of Glasgow…

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Posted in Psychology

#MOSAIC #NZ #Research #Sexual #Abuse

Monday, 19 December 2016, 2:47 pm Press Release: Mosaic MSSATW Read Report 1 in 6 – that is 15 per cent, or up to 300,000…

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People with PTSD appear to suffer from disrupted context processing

https://scienceblog.com/488591/whats-really-going-ptsd-brains-new-theory/ The bottom line, they say, is that people with PTSD appear to suffer from disrupted context processing. That’s a core brain function that allows…

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Failure of war on drugs

http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon/audio/201790559/has-the-war-on-drugs-failed He said that even though many indigenous communities around the world had a long history of using different kinds of psychoactive substances without abuse,…

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Like flipping a bunch of coins and only keeping the ones that come up heads

http://www.futurity.org/scientific-literature-psychotherapy-1034072/ “This doesn’t mean that psychotherapy doesn’t work. Psychotherapy does work. It just doesn’t work as well as you would think from reading the scientific…

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LSD Research for Treatment of Anxiety and Depression

http://www.psychiatryadvisor.com/ptsd-trauma-and-stressor-related/psychedelics-promising-for-anxiety-depression-addiction-and-ptsd/article/437635/ A small trial conducted in 2014 in Switzerland demonstrated the potential for LSD-assisted psychotherapy to reduce anxiety stemming from terminal illness. At two-month follow-up,…

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Public lecture: Edgar Diabetes and Obesity Research

Professor Boyd Swinburn, renowned clinical and public health researcher, will give a public lecture as part of the Edgar Diabetes and Obesity Research (EDOR) tenth…

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