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A Novel Way to Help People in Prisons and Jails with Severe Mental Illness

Q&A with Judge Steven Leifman

Judge, how do we find ourselves in the position we are in today, with an estimated half a million people with mental illnesses in our jails and prisons on an average day? How can this possibly have happened?

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Steps to Take Before, During, and After Pregnancy to Help Assure the Child’s Mental Health

M. Camille Hoffman, M.D., MSCS, completed medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina, OBGYN residency at University of Miami, and her maternal fetal medicine fellowship at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Dr.

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We are sad to share that Dr. Paul Greengard, one of the giants in modern neuroscience and a BBRF Scientific Council Member, has passed away.

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A RECOVERY STORY: After Every Available Option Was Exhausted, Ketamine Has Enabled Her Life to Resume

Making a peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich is something people do almost mindlessly, or so you might say. But it is a task that involves a number of very real cognitive challenges: you have to remember where the peanut butter, jelly, and bread are.

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Enjoying Valentine's Day With or Without a Partner

While Valentine's Day is supposed to be the holiday of romance, it can be difficult for many people, whether they have a romantic partner or not. The key is to keep things in perspective.

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