Autism Spectrum Disorder in Infants and Toddlers

– Okay, so thank you very much for coming today. And welcome to the introductory lecture on autism. In this lecture, we’ll focus particularly on how autism expresses itself in the first three years of life. We’re going to talk about core features, comorbid characteristics. We’ll talk a little bit about broader autism phenotype and spend some time trying to […]

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Parental Mental Illness

These are families that are in great jeopardy, from the point where the child is born. At risk from birth. They are 76% more likely, as you said, to have food insecurity, they’re three times more likely to either custody of their children or be in the custody system. They are twice as likely to be living below the poverty […]

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Being Gay In Asia // Ep 2-2 // Traveling With A Chronic Illness // Thailand Travel Vlog [CC]

The garden was created in 1976 by a Samui fruit farmer named Nim Thongsuk on his family’s large green lands. The private sculpture park sits at the top of Pom Mountain one of the highest peaks in the island There are statues of all shapes and sizes scattered around with some hiding behind trees As they are based on Thai […]

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What is the Psych Ward?

Today I am going to talk to you about the psych ward. So like I said, today I am going to talk about psych wards. What is it? People use that term a lot, ‘I have been in the psych ward’, or ‘I am going to the psych ward.’, or ‘One of my friends is in the psych ward.’ And […]

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Halton Region – Preventing cold-related illness

There are many wonderful ways to enjoy life outdoors in Halton Region this winter but you’ll need to protect yourself during cold weather to keep having fun all season. Everyone is vulnerable to extreme cold weather but some groups are especially at risk including outdoor workers, older adults, young children, people who exercise outdoors and those with limited access to […]

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Children’s Behavioral Health: An Unprecedented Commitment

The fact that we are devoting so many resources and attention to behavior health is really unique compared to other hospital systems. Nationwide Children’s Hospital recognizes that behavioral mental health is an important component of the entire health of the child. What we are doing is we’re really developing services better access to services across a continuum of care. We’re […]

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Germany Declares Hangover an Illness

Many of you must be going out to parties where you eat, drink and enjoy. People drink alot and next day they have a headache, vomit, fever and are extremely tired. You all aware about this. If you drink a lot and have to work the next day, it becomes very difficult. You know about this. If you are hungover […]

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Mental health in the workplace. Listen to 6 Minute English

six weeks English from BBC learning English hello this is 6 minute English I’m Neil and I’m Georgina in this program we’re focusing on the topic of mental health at work yes it’s an issue that can be difficult to see if someone has an injury like a broken leg or a serious medical issue it’s obvious and we can […]

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The Differences Between Schizophrenia and Dissociative Identity Disorder

Hey everyone! Its Wyn and welcome to another educational video by the Entropy System. As I’m sure you all know, DID is a widely misunderstood disorder which is the reason why we started this channel in the first place. Another widely misunderstood and misrepresented disorder is schizophrenia. Because public understanding of these disorders is fairly poor, the two often get […]

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The Stigma of Mental Illness

THE MAJOR STRUGGLE THAT WE FACE IN PSYCHIATRY IS, I SUPPOSE, OVERCOMING THE STIGMA ASSOCIATED WITH MENTAL ILLNESS. AND THIS MANIFESTS ITSELF IN SEVERAL WAYS SOME OF WHICH ARE VERY BLATANT, SOME OF WHICH ARE QUITE INSIDIOUS. ONE IS THAT PATIENTS DON’T WANT TO COME IN FOR TREATMENT. THEY FEEL THAT THEY’RE BEING LABELED. THEY FEEL THAT THEIR CO-WORKERS, THEIR […]

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