Last month two advisory committees of the Food and Drug Administration recommended that the manufacturers of 10 antidepressants strengthen the warnings that are distributed with their products, to monitor the possible emergence of worsening depression or suicidal thoughts and behavior in the patients’ using the drugs.
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In August mental health professionals received training of a new curriculum which will help mental health professionals treat people in multicultural communities. The new curriculum is based on research developed by psychological professionals.
Though the cacophony of complaints about everything from the cost of the meals at Davenport to the cost of Scantron forms is more or less constant on any campus, it reaches a higher level as students get closer to graduation. They complain about the cost of the ceremony and diploma processing, lack of enough tickets […]
A new school was appealing to Kathy Morrison for the first few weeks. New faces, new surroundings, new professors, a new life. All of these awaited her, and she was excited.
Tri-City Mental Health Center – which filed for bankruptcy in February – is continuing negotiations with the State of California and the County of Los Angeles to develop a plan to reinstate programs recently cut for cost reasons.
Campus news for the week of Dec. 12, 2003.
“Apocalypse Now” is a cinematic gem. Released in 1979 and re-released in 2001 with “Apocalypse Now Redux,” this masterpiece stars Martin Sheen and Marlon Brando and is set during the Vietnam War.
Transitioning into high school is a difficult task within itself. Imagine trying to accomplish this transition with a constant unknown interference.
All my life, my mother made me feel that if I had any problems in my life, I should keep them all to myself. There was no such thing as confiding in anyone, so if I had a problem, I was the only one who had to deal with it. So for the longest time, […]
Recently, while out shopping with inmates, a convicted rapist escaped from two “supervisors” in downtown San Bernardino. It was later learned that 10 inmates had fled from the institution in 37 days.