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  • How to Navigate Conversations About Mental Health
    Source: CBS News - HealthwatchExperts offer a step-by-step guide to help with sometimes difficult conversations surrounding mental illness in a friend or loved one. more...

  • United Kingdom to Crack Down on Sexist Ads
    Source: BBC News - Top HeadlinesAdvertisements that show men failing at simple household tasks and women left to clean up are set to be banned by the UK advertising watchdog.The Advertising Standards Authority will crack down on ads that feature stereotypical gender roles. more...

  • Audi Advert Criticised in China for Being Sexist
    Source: BBC News - BusinessAudi is criticised for an advert which compares buying a car to choosing a wife. more...

  • Tobacco Firms "Hamper Anti-Smoking Push"
    Source: BBC News - HealthCountries covering two thirds of the world's population now have measures in place to encourage people to stop smoking. more...

  • California Lawmakers Extend Landmark Climate Change Law
    Source: Yahoo News - ScienceCalifornia lawmakers voted Monday to extend a climate change initiative that Governor Jerry Brown holds up as a model for states and nations looking to lower carbon emissions. more...

  • How Therapeutic Are Those Therapy Animals?
    Source: Star TribuneSome say more scientific studies needed to support trend that critters help our mental well-being. more...

  • People Can Detect Social Class from Neutral Expressions
    Source: Psych CentralPeople may be able to determine your social status just by looking at your “neutral” face without any expression, according to a new study by psychology researchers at the University Toronto’s Faculty of Arts and Science. more...

  • Mindfulness Therapy May Ease Stress for Those with Weight Problems
    Source: Psych CentralA new Penn State study finds that for some population groups, mindfulness-based stress reduction appears to be a better method to relieve stress than traditional health education. more...

  • What Goes on Inside the Brain of a Psychopath?
    Source: Medical News TodayInmates with psychopathic behavior were asked to make some decisions while inside a brain scanner. The results may change our perception of psychopaths. more...

  • Simple Prosocial Measures Can Improve Lives of Dementia Patients
    Source: Psych CentralPerson-centered activities, combined with just one hour a week of social interaction, can improve the quality of life and reduce agitation for people with dementia living in nursing homes. more...

  • Scientists Fit a GIF Onto DNA in Storage Breakthrough
    Source: Yahoo News - ScienceGIFs are the fundamental building blocks of our digital existence. Whether they are in texts, tweets, or articles, GIFs are now a staple of how we communicate in the modern world. But now GIFs are making their way to a new frontier: scientists have finally figured out how to store and retrieve them from bacterial DNA. more...

  • Half of Opioid Prescriptions in U.S. Go to People with Mental Illness
    Source: MedicineNet.comAmericans with mental health disorders receive a troubling percentage of the nation's opioid prescriptions, a new study finds. more...

  • Diet and Depression: Foods and Nutrients for Recovery
    Source: Medical News TodayDepression is a common mental illness that can impact daily life. In this article, learn about the foods and nutrients that can help to treat depression. more...

  • How to Relieve Severe Stress
    Source: Yahoo News - HealthStress is pervasive in American society. In fact, stress levels have increased this year for the first time in a decade, according to a survey by the American Psychological Association. more...

  • Catholic Malta Votes to Legalise Same-Sex Marriage
    Source: BBC News - EuropeIt marks another major change for the mainly Catholic island, which only introduced divorce in 2011. more...

  • A Year After Slayings, Dallas Police Train in Mindfulness
    Source: U.S. News and World ReportOnly hours after the ambush that killed five Dallas law enforcement officers, mental health experts began thinking ahead, searching for ways to ease the long-term effects of the attack on the men and women who patrol the nation's ninth-largest city. more...

  • Fancy a "Third Thumb?" Prosthesis Aims to Change More Than Your Grip
    Source: MSNBC - Top NewsDesigner Dani Clode created this 3D-printed robotic prosthesis to spotlight the way we think about disabilities and prosthetics. more...

  • Is It Time to Take a Sick Day for Mental Health?
    Source: CBS News - HealthwatchA woman's tweet about a sick day "to focus on my mental health," and her boss's response, spark discussion about depression on the job. more...

  • British Grooms Marry in Same-Sex Muslim Wedding
    Source: Yahoo News - Top HeadlinesA couple from the United Kingdom have married in traditional Muslim attire in what could be the United Kingdom's first same-sex marriage involving a Muslim person.  more...

  • Brains of Bulimic People May React Differently to Food Cues
    Source: Medical News TodayNew brain scan study shows that brains of women with bulimia process food cues differently, possibly explaining why acute stress causes them to binge eat. more...

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