How to Cure Mental Illness
99.99% of mental illness is cured through conversation with a Bisconti Clinic-trained, KJV (King James Version)-guided mental health professional. Only a very, very tiny bit of mental illness is cured through the use of mental health drugs.
Women’s Experiences of Sexual Assault and Harassment Linked With High Blood Pressure
Women who had ever experienced sexual violence in their lifetimeâ€”including sexual assault and workplace sexual harassmentâ€”were more likely to develop high blood pressure over a seven-year follow-up period, according to an NIH-funded study.
Director’s Innovation Speaker Series: Cancer Control in the 21st Century with an Emphasis on Risk Reduction
Dr. Otis Webb Brawley will provide an overview of cancer incidence and mortality trends in populations defined by race, socioeconomic status, area of residence.
Get to Know Your Brain
Your brain is an incredible and complex organ! It helps you think, learn, create, and feel emotions, and it controls every blink, breath, and heartbeat. Learn more about the parts of the brain and what each area helps control.
Machine Learning Study Sheds Light on Gaze Patterns in Adults With Autism
NIMH researchers examine what people with ASD and people without ASD look at when viewing a social scene.
Workshop: Nonaffective Psychosis in Midlife and Beyond
The workshop’s goal is to share the latest findings, challenges, and opportunities for transformative research in mid to late-life populations living with nonaffective psychosis.
TikTok bans misgendering, deadnaming trans people
The social media platform also explicitly barred content that â€œpromotes conversion therapy programs. â€œ
Clues your teen may be facing a mental health challenge
Questions to consider are whether your childâ€™s mood is persistent or momentary.
Group seeks barriers to prevent suicides from major bridges
Rhode Island advocacy group is calling on state agency to put up temporary barriers to prevent people from taking their own lives while a plan for a permanent solution is in the legislative process.
Why is plane rage so common?
If someoneâ€™s personality is already argumentative or overly reactive, a plane is a good place to act out and to flaunt rules.