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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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Ketamine for PTSD treatment

A fresh generation of fast-acting anti-depressants is in the offing, says John H. Krystal, M.D., of Yale University School of Medicine—and perhaps also much-needed medications for PTSD. In a webinar broadcast by BBRF, Dr. Krystal explained how basic research on the biology of PTSD and depression led to a trial he is currently leading focusing on veterans and active-duty military with PTSD.

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2018 International Mental Health Research Symposium Videos

This past October, our International Mental Health Research Symposium took place in New York City.

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2018 Research Highlights by Foundation Grantees

We are pleased to present you with the Top Advancements & Breakthroughs by Foundation Grantees, Prizewinners and Scientific Council members in 2018. They are presented in the order of their publication in scientific journals.

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Stress, Anxiety and the Holidays

Stress and anxiety can arise if we’re feeling overwhelmed. During the holiday season, people often find themselves feeling stressed and overwhelmed – unwelcomed “guests” that come from a dizzying array of seasonal demands, including parties, shopping, baking, cleaning and entertaining. The antidote: Be realistic, plan ahead, be kind to yourself.

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