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Scientists find clues about how the brain filters out distractions

Experiments on mice have shown how the thalamus plays a role in filtering out distractions, with implications for treatment of people with autism and schizophrenia. Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Concerns continue about lack of mental health services – Midland Reporter-Telegram

Concerns continue about lack of mental health services – Midland Reporter-Telegram

Midland Reporter-Telegram Concerns continue about lack of mental health servicesMidland Reporter-TelegramThe issue of poor mental health and inadequate services to treat it has steadily been seeping into the lives of more of the Midland community, and this is an issue that continues to concern Midland ISD Superintendent Ryder Warren. “We're having a … behavioral health education […]

Many Older Adults Go Online to Talk About Sex

Many Older Adults Go Online to Talk About Sex

New research finds that older adults have not lost their interest in sex and often go online to discuss a variety of sex-related topics. In fact, investigators discovered many older adults are going online to talk about the joys of sex, even sharing tips on how to maximize their libido. “Many older people preserve both […]

Generational Shift in Attitudes about Sex

Generational Shift in Attitudes about Sex

New research finds that acceptance of premarital sex is at an all-time high along with an acceptance of homosexuality. Jean M. Twenge, Ph.D., from San Diego State University along with Ryne Sherman from Florida Atlantic University and Brooke E. Wells from Hunter College analyzed data from the General Social Survey, a nationally representative survey of […]

Children taught about sexual abuse more likely to report it

A new review finds children who take part in school-based programs designed to help prevent sexual abuse are more likely to report experiencing it currently or in the past. Mental Health News From Medical News Today

In UK, More Teens Learning About Sex from School

Now more than ever, a greater number of teens in the United Kingdom are learning about sex from school. But many students, particularly males, feel they are not getting the information they need as the education is mostly geared toward females, according to new research published in BMJ Open. “Our results suggest we need a […]

Successful cognitive behavioral therapy in youth equals decreased thinking about suicide

Penn Medicine researchers found that patients who did not respond to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety in childhood had more chronic and enduring patterns of suicidal ideation at 7 to 19… Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Psychologists report major concerns about reductions in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, UK

Senior mental health professionals working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are reporting major concerns about reductions in service for children with mental health problems. Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Pitt expert talks about teenage brain development at AAAS Annual Meeting

Teenage exploration and risk taking could be explained by dramatic changes in the brain that allow elaborate planning and are driven by the need for immediate reward, according to a University of… Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Ruse on the Loose: Boonton HS students learn about mental health issues … – Daily Record

Ruse on the Loose: Boonton HS students learn about mental health issues … – Daily Record

Daily Record Ruse on the Loose: Boonton HS students learn about mental health issues …Daily RecordThey heard from the homeless outreach department, the self-help education department, advocacy and the group that works with the consumers who work with mental health resources. Basically we toured around all three buildings here and they got a little … behavioral […]

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