‘I didn’t have to do it alone’: Short films document personal stories of addiction, mental health

Maggie Macintosh · CBC News · Posted: Jul 03, 2019 5:21 PM MT | Last Updated: July 3 Calgarians share their stories of resilience through filmmaking Mike Lang and

Women who are experiencing domestic abuse are nearly three times as likely to develop mental illness

Summary: Women who experience interpersonal violence from their partners are three times as likely to develop a mental health problem, including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Not

Protecting Albertans through mental health support

The province is proposing a new professional regulatory college and licensing requirements to protect Albertans receiving mental health services or attending residential substance-use treatment facilities.

Research: Intrauterine alcohol exposure and offspring mental health, A systematic review

Abstract Background: High levels of alcohol use in pregnancy have been shown to be associated with negative physical health consequences in offspring. However, the literature

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