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Genetic Region Linked to Paranoia

January 31, 2018

The research team found that students who exhibited signs of paranoid thinking (specifically, ideas of reference, which is the tendency to interpret random coincidences as highly meaningful or to believe that other people are talking about or plotting against them) had a particular genetic profile.

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This Former NFL Quarterback is Tackling Mental Health Off the Field

January 17, 2018

By Erica Hoffman You may think jumping out of a car traveling 75 miles-per-hour would be a good reason for someone to seek mental health help. It wasn’t for Eric Hipple, former Detroit Lions quarterback. Prior to that uncompleted suicide attempt, his mental health hadn’t ever crossed his mind. Now, 20 years later, he’s working more »

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I Want It To Stop

December 28, 2017

At 15, Ruben Urbina couldn’t bear his depression and anxiety anymore. So he called police with a chilling threat. Ruben had good grades and plans for college, but the 15-year-old was struggling with depression. “I’ve had all these thoughts pile up in my head now that I can’t even think anymore,” he told his best more »

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