Access to mental health care problematic
Seven of the 11 adolescents who took their lives in Kent and Sussex counties this year had reported grappling with mental health problems such as depression, anxiety or suicidal thoughts, according to a preliminary report offered by researchers from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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#1 Aug 10, 2012
So what is in the bathing and drinking water. Prozac, Retalin and a host of other drugs like the Statin drugs that would cause even the health conscious to become addicted with knowledge. Clean up the Thames River and the other sources of contamination. Get rid of the mental health industry. No science.
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