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How one family is educating students, teachers on mental health
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But the Binions wanted to reach an even larger audience, and in their research they discovered a mental health literacy curriculum that was being taught in Canada. In 2016, the free lesson plan was introduced at Jordan's school and a few others — and ...



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New effort to fill thousands of healthcare jobs in the Denver area
9News.com KUSA
Many people believe working in health care requires several years of schooling. That's true for some positions, but it leaves a lot of holes in that industry. "Every year, there's 4,500 different positions that go unfulfilled because there's not enough ...



NPR

4 New Exemptions To The Tax Penalty For Lacking Health Insurance
NPR
That's because starting in tax year 2019 the penalty for not having health insurance will be eliminated, so the new exemptions will mostly apply to penalty payments for 2018 taxes and in the previous two years. "I think the exemptions ... may very ...
4 New Ways You Can Avoid Fines For Not Having Health InsuranceKaiser Health News

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St. Louis health director Melba Moore leaving for top health post in Cincinnati
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The director of the St. Louis city health department of 15 years is leaving for Cincinnati. Melba Moore will head Cincinnati's health department by midsummer. The department's board voted unanimously Tuesday to appoint Moore to its top post, a ...

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NPR

Sheer Number Of Attacks On Health Facilities In Syria Shocks Researcher
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How many attacks are there on health care facilities in Syria? Dr. Rohini Haar, a public health researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, led a team that collected ground reports of attacks in 2016 in northern Syria, filed by civilians via ...

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The Columbus Dispatch

Volunteers' health data to aid heart-attack, stroke research
The Columbus Dispatch
Jeff Breece had just turned 47. His blood pressure and cholesterol levels were normal. He lifted weights regularly. So he was blindsided when he ended up in an emergency department and doctors told him he'd had a widow-maker heart attack, indicating ...



Forbes

Student (And Lifetime) Financial Health Begins With A Budget
Forbes
Yawn. Why bother? I prefer the uncertainty and anxiety of never knowing that I have enough money to pay rent (said no one ever)?. I created my first budget was when I went to Paris during my junior year in university. I had limited funds, an exchange ...



Page Six

Fears for Kanye's health emerge after Scooter Braun's firing
Page Six
West dramatically just fired Braun and others in his inner circle — despite having just announced five new albums on Twitter — with sources spreading rumors online that those cast out were “very worried for Yeezy's mental health” and that he could be ...

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The Pew Charitable Trusts (blog)

What Care for the Criminally Insane Can Teach Us About Mental Health Treatment
The Pew Charitable Trusts (blog)
By contrast, in some states those judged to be criminally insane receive better mental health treatment than practically anybody else — including people who have never committed a crime. This is especially true in Oregon, according to the Treatment ...

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New York Times

Tisch Fund Gives $10 Million to Initiative for Arts and Mental Health
New York Times
The Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund has pledged $10 million to fund arts programs focused on mental health issues in New York City. The new initiative is an open-ended commitment that seeks to improve the lives of those with dementia and Alzheimer's ...

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