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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. Remembering to ask ‘R U OK?’ (National); 2. Raising awareness on deadly subject (NT); 3. A deadly silence that has to end (National); 4. Night that changed a dad forever (National); 5. An artistic solution (NSW); International Articles; 6. Scientists Scan Children’s Brains for Answers to Mental Illness (US); 7. Mental health still carries stigma (Belfast); 8. Migration experiences, employment status and psychological distress among Somali immigrants: a mixed-method international study (UK); 9. A Study in Pink: Are Eating Disorders “Women’s Diseases” (US)

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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. Labours of love (WA); 2. Mental Health Consumer Reference Group Moves Forward (National); 3. Autism diagnosis rules to change (National); 4. Mental Health plan mooted (TAS); 5. Family key to youth drug abuse recovery (QLD); International Articles; 6. New Mental Health Care Bill gives agency and empathy to patients (India); 7. Help for Elders with Mental illness and Substance Use Disorders (US); 8. Mental Health Courts: Diverting Loss (US); 9. Obama orders better mental health care for vets (US); 10. Managing Mental Health at Work (US)

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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. High Court clears way for plain packaged cigarettes to be sold in Australia (National); 2. Plain reality: High Court ruling, a victory for a healthier nation (National); 3. RACGP launches redeveloped ‘GP Psych Support’ website (National); 4. Call to reduce death rates for persons with mental ill health (QLD); 5. Aggression and Sibs – June 2012 (National); 6. New evidence supports PTSD treatment (National); International Articles; 7. Peer support to help residents (NZ); 8. Mental health of a war-torn Somalia (Africa); 9. Mental illness driving people out of the workforce (NZ); 10. Mental Health Taboo in the Ethiopian Community: Interview with Dr. Welansa Asrat

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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. Black Dog measure just how content we are; 2. Family key to youth drug abuse recovery (VIC); 3. Threat to privacy in e-health records (National); 4. Concerns over mental health court (WA); 5. Online chat offers new help for suicide prevention (QLD); 6. New research: Parents with a mental illness ashamed to ask for help to raise their children (National); International Articles; 7. Liberia Takes Steps to Increase Mental Health Care Access; 8. Family matters: Close ties boost men’s mental health (UK); 9. Stress increases risk of mental, physical illness by altering genes (Germany); 10. Navigating the mentally ill away from jail (US)

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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. Reform pace irks experts (National); 2. Housing top worry for disadvantaged, agencies’ poll shows (National); 3. Depression in rural adolescents: relationships with gender and availability of mental health services; 4. Lost on the runway: how demons felled Hooker’s leap of faith and quest for gold – LONDON 2012 – (National); International Articles; 5. Mayo Clinic says Illinois Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. being treated for bipolar disorder (US); 6. Mental health and well-being strategy for Scotland launched (UK); 7. As economy tanks, mental health issues rise (US); 8. Malaysians lack understanding of mental health issues (Malaysia); 9. Survey to focus on elderly and their carers (Malta); 10. Carers handed hospital haven (UK); 11. Man cradles arthritic dog in water for relief (US)

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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. Partners in Recovery Program Moves Closer (National); 2. Overqualified migrants suffer depression; 3. Preventing Suicide and Saving Lives (National); 4. Mentally ill asylum seeker denied care (NSW); 5. ACT carers ask for more respite, better services (ACT); 6. Building up the war on suicide (SA); International Articles; 7. New study on women’s mental health in Ghana highlights need to explore mental health policy alongside chronic disease (UK); 8. Study finds that avoiding lies can improve your health (US); 9. Bring mental ill-health out into the open; 10. Dogs: A medicine for mental health problems? (US)

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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. Infection in young linked to health of brain: study (National); 2. R U OK? carries out survey of Australian workplace relationships (National); 3. Police lockups overflowing with mentally ill (WA); 4. Mental health group disbanded (VIC); 5. One community group helps address a matrix of prisoner problems (SA); International Articles; 6. Israeli blockade takes its toll on mental health in Gaza (UK); 7. Good News for Mental Illness in Health Law (US); 8. Aging boomers to face hard time finding mental health care; report urges geriatric training (US); 9. Mental Illness in Teens: The Latest Stats & Why They Matter (US)

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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. E-Mental Health Portal Launched (National); 2. Greens launch rural mental health services online consultation (National); 3. Australia’s health 2012 (National); 4. One-third enter jail with mental illness: study (National); 5. Smoke ban ‘cruel’ for mental health patients (ACT); 6. Mental health needs high for indigenous (National); International Articles; 7. Childhood smacking and later mental illness examined (US); 8. Teenage angst or mental illness? Harvard study finds one in 12 adolescents suffer from ‘anger disorder’ (US); 9. Physical health problems bring mental health problems, demand for services; 10. ACA spotlights National Minority Mental Health Awareness month (US)

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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. You are not alone (National); 2. Carer Appraisal Scale - A Carer-Based Assessment of Patient Functioning (National); 3. Critics label ABS suicide stats ‘spin’ (ACT); 4. Mental health help goes online; 5. Heavy drinking a way of bush life (National); International Articles; 6. Healthy Aging: Exercising the Body Benefits the Mind, Too (Canada); 7. Medical Problems Lead People to Seek Mental Health Care (US); 8. Mental illness imposes high costs on the Canadian economy (Canada); 9. National strategy for carers sets out goals for support (Ireland); 10. Transgender advocates push US psychiatric establishment to revise mental illness labels (US)

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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. Empowering Indigenous Communities to Tackle Suicide (Press Release); 2. Government can’t provide reason for freezing funding to vital mental health nursing program (Press Release); 3. Different tack for Aboriginals (WA); 4. Hidden tragedy of rail suicides (VIC); International Articles; 5. De-Escalation and Restraint Training for Clinicians: A literature review (NZ); 6. Premature babies have higher mental illness risk; 7. Screening pregnant women for mental health disorders; 8. Greeks count mental health cost of a country in crisis; 9. Youth mental health experts publish new guidelines to treat childhood aggression (USA); 10. Patient mental health overlooked by physician when a family member is present (USA); 11. Poor Physical And Mental Health Among Trafficked Women; 12. President Obama’s Stance on Same-Sex Marriage Boosts Mental Health (USA)

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