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Substance Abuse and the Holidays

While the holidays are a joyous time for many individuals, it is not be the most wonderful time of the year for some. It can be especially hard for those struggling with substance use issues, or those who have loved ones struggling. Depending on circumstances and triggers, people may be more likely to struggle or […]

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The Veteran Health Care Crisis

The Scope of the VA The US Department of Veterans Affairs, commonly referred to as the VA, operates the largest health care system in the country. The Veterans Health Administration provides care for over 9 million veterans annually. However, this only represents about half of the veteran population, as there are about 19 million veterans […]

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Mental Health in the Workplace

Prevalence of Mental Health Issues in the US Mental illness is no stranger to most people in the US. It is likely that even if you have not experienced a mental illness personally, you know someone who has. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 5 US adults experience a mental illness […]

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Fireworks and Their Implications for Those with PTSD

July 4th and Fireworks Recently, those who live in the United States celebrated Independence Day on July 4th. While fireworks are utilized for numerous occasions and celebrations, they are most notably associated with Independence Day. These bright displays of pyrotechnics are widely used on the actual holiday, as well as the timeframes leading up to […]

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The Pervasive Struggle with Adolescent Mental Wellness

The mental health condition of adolescents is an increasingly alarming issue and recent studies have added damning data to the picture of mental wellness amongst youth. According to the World Health Organization, globally, one in seven people between the ages of 10 and 19 experience a mental disorder. The statistics are staggering and do not […]

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BIPOC Mental Health Month

The United States observes BIPOC Mental Health Month each July to bring awareness to the mental health needs and struggles of Black, Indigenous, and other people of color in the United States. When it was first formally recognized in June of 2008, this month was named Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. […]

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Fireworks and Their Impact on Health

The 4th of July has come and gone, with families and friends celebrating the holiday with fireworks. In the next year, there is some information about fireworks to consider – the harmful toll fireworks can take on the world. While fireworks can be used and cause problems no matter the time of year, 4th of […]

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Mental Health Issues and Disorders

Mental illnesses are health conditions that involve changes in emotions, thinking, or behavior (or any combination of these). Typically, mental illness is associated with distress and/or problems functioning in social activities, whether in family, work, or other public settings For Mental Health Awareness Month, the editorial team at STM Learning wanted to bring attention to […]

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