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Mental Health Daily
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health

November, 2015

Hogg Blog
October 27, 2015
The Triple Aim is widely accepted as the end point of health reform. The Quadruple Aim takes this one step further. Simply put: the care of the patient requires care of the provider.
Pacific Standard
October 27, 2015
Parental incarceration can lead to serious health and behavioral problems for children, in both youth and adulthood.
Medscape News
October 26, 2015
The fact that Dr King was severely down, even clinically depressed, has been established by prior historians.
New York Times
October 23, 2015
As Martha Nussbaum wrote in her great book “Upheavals of Thought,” to be emotional is to attach yourself to something you value supremely but don’t fully control. To be passionate is to put yourself in danger.
HealthIT Security
October 27, 2015
A mental health facility in Texas recently reported a potential PHI data breach that may affect over 11,000 patients.
Victoria Advocate
October 26, 2015
The Gulf Bend Center had a significant medically underserved population, since mental health issues can interfere with employment and insurance coverage. Many had no primary care physician to manage serious medical problems.
Associated Press
October 26, 2015
Former Democratic Rep. Patrick Kennedy says Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was out of line when he responded to a question about mass shootings by calling people with mental illness "crazy."

Kaiser Health News
October 26, 2015
Health officials across the country face a vexing quandary – how do you help the sickest and neediest patients get healthier and prevent their costly visits to emergency rooms? Los Angeles County is testing whether community health workers like Lopez may be one part of the answer.
Al Jazeera America
October 26, 2015
Human Rights Watch calls out failings of health institutions in a country with only two qualified psychiatrists
The Guardian
October 27, 2015
The British rapper’s BBC3 documentary explores his father’s death and discusses how men need to talk about their feelings to reduce the high rate of suicide.
October 27, 2015
According to the New York Times (NYT) a week ago, a major new study found that lower doses of antipsychotics are better for the treatment of schizophrenia.
BPS Research Digest
October 27, 2015
Earlier this year a dress nearly broke the internet. A photo of the striped frock (which is actually blue and black) was posted on Tumblr and it quickly became apparent that it looked very different to different people, spawning furious arguments and lively scientific commentary.
October 26, 2015
Oxytocin linked to marijuana-like molecule in the brain, study says.
October 26, 2015
With lone-wolf terror attacks on the rise across the United States, Canada and Europe, a recent study offers a new way of understanding how those who commit such atrocities are created.
San Antonio Express-News
October 26, 2015
From our perspective, approving mental health care is long overdue, and a key response to not only mass shootings, but suicides. That said, without any action on guns, it’s an incomplete response. 
Dallas Morning News
October 26, 2015
How best to answer well-meaning queries from new friends who naturally expect we’ll trade info about our children?
Mind Hacks
October 27, 2015
According to the Washington Examiner, republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has said that doing a psychology major will mean “you’re going to be working a Chick-fil-A” and has encouraged students to choose college degrees with better employment prospects.
New York Times
October 27, 2015
Perhaps Rachel derived satisfaction and validation from doing what she “should,” what her community found appropriate, despite the demands it made on her. Perhaps those demands appeared onerous only from a modern secular perspective, with its emphasis on the prerogatives of the individual.
October 27, 2015
Building a business from the ground up can be exhilarating and rewarding. But the experience can also be remarkably frustrating and painful. To be sure, the startup game is not for everyone.
New York Times
October 26, 2015
Every marriage has highs and lows from time to time, but some relationships are both good and bad on a regular basis. Call it the ambivalent marriage — not always terrible, but not always great, either.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
October 26, 2015
Stigma is one of the most challenging aspects of living with a mental health condition. It causes people to feel ashamed for something that is out of their control and prevents many from seeking the help they need and speaking out. In order to address this problem, we asked our Facebook community, “What is the best way to end stigma?”
Science of Relationships
October 27, 2015
While the Disney animated film “Frozen” is most famous for its lovable characters and award-winning song “Let it Go”, this kids’ movie can teach us a thing or two about attachment styles in close relationships and the important interplay between partners’ preferences for intimacy versus independence.


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