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In some states, felony drug offenders face a lifetime ban on most public benefits, even after serving prison time
How the US military is failing partners with secondary trauma
Increased suicide and accidental overdoses has some questioning the military’s use of prescription drugs.
The Stream examines the facts behind prescription drug use in the U.S. military.
Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius calls the move the 'largest expansion of behavioral health coverage in a generation'
Of the 12,200 inmates at the notorious prison, about 40 percent have some kind of mental health diagnosis
Depression, anxiety and PTSD still abound, requiring medication and counseling
What can be done to bridge access to and shift negative attitudes toward mental health care?
Brandon Marshall swaps pink cleats for green ones to bring attention to Mental Illness Awareness Week.
Local Florida leaders rejected the civil rights leader after he thanked Fidel Castro, Yaser Arafat and Moammar Ghadafi
In his live address, President Barack Obama reflected on Nelson Mandela's legacy