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Will Botox Prove to Be a Possible Treatment for Symptoms of Depression?

While it’s too early to declare Botox a miracle cure for depression, early research suggests that using the drug cosmetically may help to reduce symptoms of depression in some patients, possibly in part to the simple fact that the cosmetic drug, which is injected directly into the face, keeps patients from frowning.  According the Traci … Read more

Hurricane Sandy Effects Continue to Ripple Through New York’s Mental Health Care System

According to a recent report in the New York Times, the effects of Hurricane Sandy on the state’s already struggling mental health care system continue to be felt by the affected communities.  Since the storm caused several key mental health facilities, including Bellevue Hospital, to temporarily shut down, the city has had to manage an … Read more

Psychological and Medical Health Intertwined

According to the May 2012 edition of Hospital & Health Network, “1 in 4 Americans experiences a mental illness or substance abuse disorder each year” 1 and during their lifetimes, half of all Americans will experience some sort of mental illness, and over one- quarter of Americans will suffer from substance abuse. These statistics are … Read more

What the Affordable Care Act Means for Mental Health Care Benefits

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act enacted by Congress in 2010.  Although it will take many years for several of the law’s provisions to be completely implemented into law, there are some important changes in the way mental health care will be handled in this country, … Read more