Mental Health in Haiti: Bonnie Kaiser

Mental Health in Haiti: Bonnie Kaiser

[Announcer]: This is Duke University My research is coming from an anthropological perspective and it’s both a critical analysis of global mental health but also a constructive analysis. So what can anthropology contribute to improving global mental health research and practice? How can we have a better understanding of cultural models of mental illness and …

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3D Printed Guns (Documentary)

3D Printed Guns (Documentary)

CODY R. WILSON: Gun control, for us is a fantasy. In a way that people say, wait a minute, you’re being unrealistic about printing a gun. I think it’s more unrealistic now, especially going forward, to think you could ever control this technology. [GUNSHOTS] ERIN LEE CARR: 2012 was a bloody year in America, one …

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Improving the Mental Health of Cancer Survivors: Stigma and Culturally Appropriate Conversations

[ Music ]>>Hello. I’m Dr. Lynne Padgett, and I’m a clinical health psychologist. I’m here with the Rev. Dr. James Brewer Calvert. He’s a colon cancer survivor. Cancer survivors are often affected by mental health problems that for some patients talking about these challenges is far more difficult than talking about physical health concerns. These …

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Even the slightest level of dehydration could cause headache and fatigue: Study

Even the slightest level of dehydration could cause headache and fatigue: Study

During these hot summer days, it’s easy to get dehydrated from time to time,… but studies have shown that being even slightly dehydrated could cause headaches or fatigue. According to series of studies conducted by the University of Connecticut’s Human Performance Laboratory,… even a one percent shortage of water in the body could alter people’s …

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Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong | Johann Hari

Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong | Johann Hari

One of my earliest memories is of trying to wake up one of my relatives and not being able to. And I was just a little kid, so I didn’t really understand why, but as I got older, I realized we had drug addiction in my family, including later cocaine addiction. I’d been thinking about …

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A Virtual Panic Attack | New Age Creators

A Virtual Panic Attack | New Age Creators

(tranquil music) – Believe it or not I don’t have PhD. in psychology. But I have an honorary degree in worrying thanks to my anxiety and panic disorder. We’ve all felt anxious before. That uncomfortable feeling in the pit of your stomach when you’re about to enter an exam. Or your sweaty palms when you’re …

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The Motel for the Homeless and Ex-Prisoners: The Stay Inn (Part 1)

The Motel for the Homeless and Ex-Prisoners: The Stay Inn (Part 1)

I don’t even have to start off singing to do it I can just start doing it. *Throat Banging Noise* I taught myself to do that. Oh, I’ve just seen you going like this, what is that And I can eat practically anything, literally anything. I could, well, I can’t eat glass and I certainly …

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Aboriginal Mental Health and Suicide Prevention – Dr Tracy Westerman

Aboriginal Mental Health and Suicide Prevention – Dr Tracy Westerman

(SPINZ National Symposium 2009 Culture and Suicide Prevention in Aotearoa) (Dr Tracy Westerman Indigenous best practice) (Learning the importance of evaluation) I was actually talking about culture-bound phenomena and I had a professor of psychology say to me that there’s no evidence that culture-bound… or cultural illness exists. And I actually said to him, my …

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Locked Up and Forgotten: India’s Mental Health Crisis

Locked Up and Forgotten: India’s Mental Health Crisis

and telekinetic muy loca recipe van de Havana the doctor can do anything to the woman and no questions asked I started asking him whatever giving me tablets for what is this medicine for I was not sick but I was being made sick every week people from across India flock to Tally’s cow a …

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Institutionalized: Mental Health Behind Bars

Institutionalized: Mental Health Behind Bars

There is a paucity of mental health services in the community. Are you worried? A little bit, yeah. There’s really no system that’s really looking out for them. We’re just leaving them to fend for themselves. Today, man, I am a better man. I am getting better. I just can’t think to myself that a …

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