• Learning from Peers: Prevention Perspectives on College Drinking
    April is Alcohol Awareness Month—a time to focus on the prevention, intervention, and treatment of alcohol-related problems across our nation. One place where alcohol has long been a problem is on college campuses. Although college students drink less today, they still consume alcohol at alarming rates. Roughly 58 percent of college students ages 18 to […]
  • World Health Day Highlights a Yearlong Conversation about Depression
    We need to talk—about depression. The World Health Organization (WHO), has chosen depression as the focus of this year’s World Health Day on April 7, 2017, The theme is “Depression: Let’s Talk.” For years, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has encouraged open discussion about mental health through efforts like community conversations. SAMHSA […]

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  • Fareed: Is 'Trump derangement syndrome' real? April 19, 2017
    Fareed Zakaria asks if "Trump derangement syndrome" is a real phenomenon, where people's hatred or anger towards Trump is so intense that it impairs their judgment. Source: CNN
  • Repeal, Replace … Revise: Your Guide To How A Trump Proposal Might Change ACA Insurance April 15, 2017
    By Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News Repeal and replace is on-again, off-again, but that doesn’t mean the rules affecting your insurance will remain unchanged. The Trump administration late Thursday issued a final rule aimed at stabilizing the health law’s insurance marketplace that could have rapid, dramatic effects on people who do not get insurance through work and buy […]