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Police officers imparted special training to help them understand mental health calls better

Police officers imparted special training to help them understand mental health calls better

There has been an incredible surge in the number of mental health calls due to the efforts of the authorities to encourage people to seek help when experiencing suffering from any mental disorder. Due to the increased awareness that played a crucial role in demystifying the truth regarding psychiatric disorders, a threefold escalation was witnessed in the number of mental health calls over the last 18 years. In fact, officers logged more than 143,000 hours on these calls in 2017, said a report. Continue reading

Artist Candy Chang art show a vivid canvas displaying anxiety and fear

Artist Candy Chang art show a vivid canvas displaying anxiety and fear

Anxiety disorders have become a major concern in the United States. With a large number of individuals getting affected by anxiety disorders, people are no more ignorant about these conditions. The proliferation of social media has also played a decisive role in  developing a better understanding about psychiatric disorders. People have started finding exciting and creative ways to fight such debilitating conditions and portray emotional health as a critical component of any prosperous community. Continue reading

Figure-skater Adam Rippon talks about his struggle with eating disorders

Figure-skater Adam Rippon talks about his struggle with eating disorders

Adam Richard Rippon, an Olympic gold medalist in figure-skating from America, recently opened up about his struggle with eating disorders. The figure skater, who has already made a breakthrough victory at the U.S. figure skating championships, shared the details about the strict diet plan he used to follow in 2016. Speaking to The New York Times, Rippon spoke candidly about the travails of eating disorders prevalent among many figure skaters. Continue reading