Stephan B. Poulter, Ph. D breaks down the blowback of affairs and uncovers some of the hurts beyond the affair itself, tracing the origin of the feelings leftover even months and years after the initial affair. If you’re interested in learning more about addressing the consequences of infidelity and an affair, whether you’ve been onContinue reading “The Power of Disappointment”
The NHS has experienced its toughest summer ever, the head of the health service in England has said as hospitals prepare for the autumn and a likely inevitable winter crisis. In a message to NHS staff on Tuesday, shared with The Independent, NHS England chief executive Amanda Pritchard told bosses the NHS was going toContinue reading “Health service has experienced its ‘toughest summer’ says NHS England boss”
More people are in the emergency room for uncontrollable vomiting, also known as cyclical vomiting syndrome (CVS), following marijuana legalization, according to a new study. According to the analysis published Friday in JAMA Network Open and sponsored by The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Colorado has seen over 800,000 emergency room reports of vomiting between 2013 and 2018,Continue reading “There’s New Science Linking Marijuana to Uncontrollable Vomiting”
*The following story may be triggering for some readers.* “I spent five minutes begging him not to do it,” he recalls of the second incident. “I was panicking inside in case he took his own life. Thankfully the police arrived and took him away for the help and support he needed.” After spending most ofContinue reading “FA Cup: Nathan Cartman contemplating taking his own life after saving others”
“I woke up to boom, boom, boom, to the police knocking, and that’s what woke me up… It took too long, meaning dying, death, took too long…
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A recent study published in the British Medical Journal showed that in a toxic workplace, employees are 300% more likely to experience major depressive symptoms. The study, conducted by researchers from the University of South Australia, began by noting that “[m]ajor depression affects an estimated 300 million people across the world and has become a pervasive globalContinue reading “Is your job toxic? You may be at risk for depression.”
Similar programmes have been attempted across the US, with mixed results Mental health professionals coupled with paramedics will start answering some 911 calls instead of police for the first time in Chicago, as the city tries to shift its emphasis to a “public health approach”. One such pilot project that will launch this autumn willContinue reading “Chicago to start answering some 911 calls with team of mental health professionals”