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CU Anschutz researchers find new risk posed by opioid pain medication

Some hospital patients given the drugs on discharge risk becoming chronic users. Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Study Probes The Pain of Internet Infidelity

Study Probes The Pain of Internet Infidelity

A new study explores the impact of Internet infidelity among couples. The findings reveal strong gender differences in how online cheating is perceived with women more strongly associating Internet activities with infidelity and finding these activities far more distressing. The study, conducted by researchers from the Open University in the U.K., was based on an anonymous online survey […]

Close Relationships Affect Pain Levels

A surprising new study results suggest that undergoing painful medical procedures can be more, not less, painful when a romantic partner is present. Dr. Katerina Fotopoulou of King’s College London, U.K., said, “We were interested in the role of individuals’ patterns of seeking or avoiding closeness in their relationships. We wanted to test whether this […]

Study to Probe Pain After Childbirth, Sexual Health

A new study investigates reported changes in women’s sexual health after childbirth, often as a result of pelvic pain. Loyola University (Chicago) researchers aim to determine the extent to which pelvic pain influences sexual health. “Many women experience physical changes after childbirth. This can lead to significant disability and impaired sexual function,” said Sandi Tenfelde, […]

Sen. Creigh Deeds’ own pain sparks his fervid plea – Roanoke Times

Sen. Creigh Deeds’ own pain sparks his fervid plea – Roanoke Times

Washington Post Sen. Creigh Deeds' own pain sparks his fervid pleaRoanoke TimesR. Creigh Deeds (D-Bath) explains his bill that would lengthen the time a person with mental illness issues could be held involuntarily before the Senate Education and Health Subcommittee on Mental Health on Thursday at the General Assembly Building in …In wake of son's death, […]

Pain pills can be prescriptions for addiction, death – USA TODAY

Pain pills can be prescriptions for addiction, deathUSA TODAYThat needs to change, said Dr. Beth Goldman, medical director for behavioral health for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. "I hope people wake up to this because it's very, very sad," said Goldman. "It's going to take time for doctors to change what … behavioral health […]

Brain Eases the Pain of Social Rejection

Brain Eases the Pain of Social Rejection

New research shows that the brain responds to social rejection in much the same way it helps manage physical pain. University of Michigan investigators also discovered that people who score high on a personality trait called resilience – the ability to adjust to environmental change – had the highest amount of natural painkiller activation. As published […]

Helping people in pain – Mohave Valley News

Helping people in pain – Mohave Valley News

Mohave Valley News Helping people in painMohave Valley NewsRecovery in the Park was created by the Mohave Area Partnership Promoting Educated Decisions coalition to benefit mental health and substance abuse problems, especially alcohol and drug abuse. The coalition also looks for ways to provide assistance to … behavioral health education – Google News

Muncie woman works to ease pain, stigma of suicide – Akron Legal News

Muncie woman works to ease pain, stigma of suicide – Akron Legal News

Akron Legal News Muncie woman works to ease pain, stigma of suicideAkron Legal NewsSince his death, Hole has become very active in the community in terms of bringing attention to suicide prevention and mental health. She hopes to shed a light on the need to talk openly about suicide in the community. (AP Photo/The Star […]

Muncie woman works to ease pain, stigma of suicide – Danbury News Times

Muncie woman works to ease pain, stigma of suicide – Danbury News Times

San Francisco Chronicle Muncie woman works to ease pain, stigma of suicideDanbury News TimesFacilitators hoped to educate officers about the varying degrees of mental health issues, including suicide, and how to respond to these concerns when called to assist residents. The vital piece of the suicide training was to ask residents whether they …Deployments May […]

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