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Suicide Prevention: Can We Talk? Suicide is one of the most difficult subjects to talk about. But a new study shows that educating the group at risk can produce significant results.
OK2Talk: You Really Can Get Through It
Book Review: A Mother’s Climb Out of Darkness
YANA: Keep Fighting
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Multicultural News
Naomi Sims: Cover Girl (NY Times 12-22-09)
With therapy, grit, ex-Dallas Cowboy Haley tackles bipolar disorder (Dallas News, Jan. 3 2010)
Being Transgender is Not a Mental Disorder (BeyondChron 5/21/09)
Caged in China: Parents Grapple With Mentally Ill
Helping Philadelphia's Asian Community Overcome the Stigma of Mental Illness
Depression Care for Black Women May Hinge on Cultural Factors
Philadelphia Inquirer Columnist Discusses Depression Among Black Men
Hispanics With Limited English Skills Experience More Health Care Barriers Than Proficient English Speakers, Analysis Finds
NPR: Black Men Overcoming Stigma of Depression
Salud Mental Revived in Latino Mental Health Leadership Summit
National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month Main Page
Culture Gap (Boston Globe 3/24/08)
ABC News: Laughter Therapy Takes Off in South Korea
NPR: Mental Health in the Black Community
Culture-Based Care | Beliefs, Stigma, Lack of Culturally Appropriate Providers Prevent Many Hispanics From Seeking Mental Health Care
Longitudinal Study on Female Bisexuality
Psychiatric News Features NAMI/APA Collaboration
Study: race and pain medication
Satcher: Cuts Show Lack of Seriousness About Ending Racial Disparities
Closing the Health Gap

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