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The ABLE Act, which would help families of people with disabilities save money for health-care costs and other needs, has passed Congress with broad bipartisan support. The reasons why could hold lessons for some of Congress’s thorniest issues.
The symptoms of psychosis were once dismissed as the meaningless product of diseased brains. A new report recommends clinicians take them more seriously
Kajieme Powell told the St. Louis police to shoot him. He told them repeatedly to shoot him, and the two police officers who were called to the scene quickly obliged. But they didn’t shoot him because he told them to.
David Clark and Richard Layard’s new book Thrive documents a purely economic rationale for treating mental illness.The authors’ analysis was a major impetus to renewed spending on mental health in the UK- where almost $350M was dedicated to the training of new Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) therapists across the UK.