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Mental Health Foundation backs campaign to get more pets into NZ workplaces to reduce stress

mental health foundation backs campaign to get more pets into nz workplaces to reduce stress
Bosses who want a more engaged, productive and healthy workforce have been told to let staff bring their four-legged friends to work.The Mental Health Foundation is backing a campaign to get more pets..
New Zealand Herald

More Than Memory: Coping With The Other Ills Of Alzheimer's

Many people with Alzheimer's suffer medical and mental health issues that have nothing to do with memory loss, including slow healing, incontinence, paranoia and depression.
NPR

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News video: Charleena Lyles' Life Celebrated By Family

Charleena Lyles' Life Celebrated By Family 00:41

Charleena Lyles is a 30-year-old, pregnant mother who was shot and killed by two Seattle police officers. The police officers claim that Lyles was unruly and unstable, her sister Monika Williams says..
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Kentucky's Hedge Funder Governor Keeps State Money In Secretive Hedge Funds

Kentucky’s public pension system is a long-running, worst-in-the-nation disaster. Even as state workers chip in their fair share, the system suffers from years of chronic underfunding by the state...
Huffington Post

Mentally-ill killer strangled homeless man flees to France

mentally-ill killer strangled homeless man flees to france
Ghodratollah Barani, 31, went on the run from his Croydon care home in May where he was being treated for mental health issues and has been traced in France where he is claiming asylum.
MailOnline

Margaret Coston from Tunbridge Wells has been missing for more...

margaret coston from tunbridge wells has been missing for more...
When someone goes missing, it can be a very upsetting time for those close to them.And sadly – although it is rare – some people have never been found.One such case is that of Southborough teacher..
Canterbury Times Also reported by •Kent and Sussex CourierThanet GazetteFolkestone HeraldSevenoaks ChronicleDover Express

Grand Jury's 'Myth' Report On A California Jail Snitch Scandal Draws Criticism

LOS ANGELES ― A grand jury in California that investigated an Orange County jailhouse informant program, which a Superior Court judge and a state appeals court have agreed clearly exists, issued an..
Huffington Post

Friday Talking Points -- Trump Did Not Deny Tapes Exist!

Every so often, we have a certain reaction to a bit of political news. We then fully expect at least a few other political commentators to have the same reaction, only to be surprised when it seems..
Huffington Post

Ontario First Nation declares state of emergency over suicide

ontario first nation declares state of emergency over suicide
Wapekeka First Nation is calling for more mental health funding following three suicides.
BBC News

Poor record keeping for people receiving mental health care in Canberra: Auditor

Records repetitive, incomplete and poorly structured.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Dogs' Cloke takes mental health AFL break

The Western Bulldogs have announced Travis Cloke will take indefinite leave from the AFL to deal with unspecified mental health issues.
SBS

Travis Cloke taking a break from footy to deal with mental health issues

The Western Bulldogs have revealed that veteran Travis Cloke is taking an indefinite break from football as he battles mental health issues.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW mental health review opened to public

A review of seclusion, restraint and observation practices at NSW Health facilities has opened for public feedback, to be followed by community consultations.
SBS

AFL players back new mental health app

Mental health has been a topical issue in the AFL and the players association is backing the MindMax phone app.
SBS

Gus Worland opens up about mental health battle

Eight men die of suicide in Australia every day, a rate three times higher than for women.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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