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Getting Young Adults To Understand Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are considered serious, treatable medical illnesses. While they are curable, this should not diminish the fact that if left untreated, eating disorders can be life-threatening. More...

The Top Mental Health Challenges Facing Students

This guide helps to identify the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues for college students and where and when to seek help. Left untreated, these issues can become debilitating for students, so whether you feel you are experiencing these issues or find yourself concerned for a friend or peer, it is important to take action now. More...

Understanding Suicide Prevention

Death by suicide is a serious public health issue that has increased by 24% over the last 15 years in the U.S., with more than 42,000 people dying from suicide each year. More...

 
 
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FDA Fell Short in Preventing Fentanyl Abuse Crisis, Report Claims
Drug makers and federal regulators dropped the ball in tracking the use of a potentially deadly fast-acting form of the synthetic opioid fentanyl, putting thousands of patients at risk of a fatal overdose, a new study claims. More...

Primary Care Doctors Help Boost Life Spans, But More Are Needed
More primary care doctors mean longer life for patients, but a shortage of these physicians is looming, a new study finds. More...

More Car Crashes Tied to Drivers High on Opioids
The damage wrought by the opioid epidemic has spread to America's highways, with the percentage of fatal car crashes involving a driver who was high on the powerful painkillers tripling in the past 25 years. More...

Does Bullying Start at Home?
If you think that sibling rivalry can border on brutality at times, you won't be surprised by new research from British scientists. More...

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