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Elvis Presley’s daughter Lisa Marie Presley reveals her struggles with drugs and alcohol
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Lisa Marie Presley recently opened up about her struggles with painkillers, alcohol and opioids while undergoing multiple legal battles. In the newly discovered legal documents filed by Presley for her divorce from her fourth husband Michael Lockwood, the star has admitted to “abusing cocaine terribly,” especially in the last three years of her marriage, and […]

Homeless women more vulnerable to violence, mental health and substance abuse issues
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Given the small percentage of homeless women living alone, the specific needs of these unaccompanied women are often overlooked. While dozens of reports highlighting violence against homeless women have been published, a recent report highlighted the experiences, struggles and needs of homeless women. The report by the Women’s Task Force of the District of Columbia […]

Research reveals how traumatic experiences affect brain
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The findings of a recent study can empower neuroscientists attain a wider understanding of the activities happening within the brain when a person relives a traumatic experience. The study is important because of the fact that “extinction learning,” common in exposure therapy meant for treating patients suffering from any trauma or related disorders, does not […]

Study finds prevalence of trauma among Yazidi women freed from ISIS captivity
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Tortured, raped and sold as sex slaves, the Yazidi women captured by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) endured more than just sexual violence. Being repeatedly beaten and locked away, these women suffered unspeakable brutality at the hands of their captors. While many have returned to their families, they struggle to adjust to […]

Missouri bill aims to prevent women from using drugs during pregnancy
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Jered Taylor, a Nixa Republican, is on a mission to save the children of Missouri from the clutches of opioid epidemic. On Feb. 19, 2018, a bill, sponsored by the Republican lawmaker, made it a first-degree felony if a pregnant woman knowingly endangers the life of her child by using controlled substances without the doctor’s […]

Aetna Practices Latest Example of Unethical Health Industry Practices
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By Lise Millay Stevens There is something rotten in Denmark. Maybe it is wafting over from the U.S. health insurance industry. CNN reports that a former Aetna medical director admitted, under oath, that he never looked at patient records prior to approving or denying care, relying instead on the recommendations from nurses at the insurance […]

‘Heroin(e)’: Eye-opening movie on opioid crisis presents less-discussed aspects
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A short documentary titled ‘Heroin(e)’ recently released on the Netflix talks about the state of opioid epidemic in Huntington, West Virginia, which is also known as “overdose capital of America.” It appears as if all the residents of this region—gas station employees, first responders reviving an overdosed person in the checkout line, homeless users, church […]

More than 12.5 million women battling depression in US, says CDC
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Depression should not be taken lightly, as it can raise the risk for other chronic health conditions like obesity and even death. And looking at the latest data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), women should be more alert and careful about their mental health. According to the latest figures revealed […]

“I just want to be a voice for people that are struggling” – Lauren Hope talks about her mental health at General Assembly
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Former TV journalist Lauren Hope is spreading awareness about mental health and has started the initiative through the United Nations General Assembly. “I just want to be a voice for people that are struggling” she said. Hope struggled with depression for several years and later quit her job, survived suicide and became homeless. Faith in […]

Selena Gomez feels empowered after completing treatment for anxiety and depression
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After a stressful and busy schedule in 2017, American sensation Selena Gomez took her health in her own hands and recently completed a two-week treatment program in New York to manage her anxiety and depression. One of the sources associated with Gomez shared that she wanted to get away from all the distractions and that […]

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