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Kaiser improves mental health services, but more needs to be done, agency finds – San Jose Mercury News

Kaiser improves mental health services, but more needs to be done, agency finds – San Jose Mercury News

East Bay Express Kaiser improves mental health services, but more needs to be done, agency findsSan Jose Mercury NewsKaiser also needs to take immediate steps to ensure its staff stop giving out inaccurate information about mental health coverage, the report found. "That misleading health education information is disseminated verbally, and in writing, to patients by […]

Rejecting Unsuitable Suitors Easier Said Than Done

New research shows that it’s easier to reject an unsuitable romantic partner in a hypothetical situation, but not so easy in a face-to-face encounter. “When actually faced with a potential date, we don’t like to reject a person and make them feel bad, which is not necessarily something that people anticipate when they imagine making […]

Planning for Retirement is Best Done as a Shared Task

Planning for Retirement is Best Done as a Shared Task

Retirement planning is both exciting and frightening. New research suggests the task is more successful when both partners have a hand in the planning as appropriate planning can lead to more success and less stress when they leave the workforce. “The transition into retirement, in some ways, is like the transition into parenthood,” said Angela […]

The mental health diagnosis and the damage done – Ars Technica

The mental health diagnosis and the damage doneArs TechnicaWe reported a little while ago that a new version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM)—the reference bible for diagnosing mental illness and cognitive problems—has been released. In it, some conditions have been removed …Understanding ADHD Part 2: ADHD is the most diagnosed […]

Teacher Knows if You’ve Done the E-Reading – New York Times

Teacher Knows if You’ve Done the E-Reading – New York Times

SAN ANTONIO — Several Texas A&M professors know something that generations of teachers could only hope to guess: whether students are reading their textbooks. They know when students are skipping pages, failing to highlight significant passages, not bothering to take notes — or simply not opening the book at all. “It’s Big Brother, sort of, […]

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