Man Who Survived Jump From Golden Gate Bridge Shares His Story

– At the age of 17 I developed bipolar disorder, a very severe form. It nearly cost me my life, and nearly destroyed my family. (slow music) My parents were in the middle of getting a divorce at the time. It was a tumultuous time for my life as a teen, and I believed that I was the only one […]

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You Belong: Music Video from Mental Health America of Texas

You feel as though everything wanders around   Someone will tell you everything is wrong   You can’t believe in everything you hear,   not now   You don’t know where you’re goin’   You don’t know what you’re doin’   You’ve got to find a place that you can go,   that you call home   It’s funny how […]

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Primary Care-Mental Health Integration in the Department of Veteran Affairs By Dr. Pomerantz

-Good afternoon, everyone. For those who’ve joined us this morning, welcome back. We also welcome anyone who is joining us this afternoon on the HHS Virtual Meeting on the “State of the Art: Research, Models, Promising Practices and Sustaining Integrated Care.” Our next presentation is going to be from Dr. Andrew Pomerantz from the Department of Veteran Affairs. Dr. Pomerantz. […]

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Undiagnosed Small Fiber Polyneuropathy: Is It a Component of Gulf War Illness?

GWIRP 2012 Investigator Vignette Title: Undiagnosed Small Fiber Polyneuropathy: Is It a Component of Gulf War Illness? Investigators: Max Klein, PhD and Anne Louise Oaklander, MD, PhD; Massachusetts General Hospital Oaklander: Our grant is to test the hypothesis that what we call Gulf War Illness may in some patients be a signal of underlying peripheral neuropathy. Klein: And so we’re […]

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