#mental-illness

New England Patriots links 10/26/21 - O-line key to opening up the offense
Evan Lazar's Advanced Stats Report: Patriots QB Mac Jones is improving on deep throws.
What is Electroconvulsive Therapy? How and Why Is It Used?
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) uses electric current to treat a mental illness. It is used when patients stop responding to their medications or psychotherapy/talk therapy.
The one perk leaders need to be giving their burned out teams
Several years ago, a small group of technology companies and startups introduced a phenomenon soon to spread like wildfire: unlimited PTO.
Dark Neighbourhood by Vanessa Onwuemezi review - wildly original
n the eponymous story of Vanessa Onwuemezi's beautiful, vertiginous and enriching first collection, the reader inhabits what might be the very near future.
The Revolutionary Model Turned Painter
Suzanne Valadon taught herself to paint while modeling for Renoir and Toulouse-Lautrec. A revelatory new survey at the Barnes Collection shows what she learned.
A mental health nonprofit turned down donations from Jamie Lynn Spears' book sales
Jamie Lynn Spears pictured at the 64th Annual BMI Country Awards in Nashville, Tenn., in 2016.
Graves of some who died at R.I. institutions lie under highway
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation does not plan to move the graves that are under Route 37.
Boris Johnson to consider calls to legalise magic mushroom drug psilocybin
Tory MP Crispin Blunt urged the PM to relax the law to allow more research into the drug's therapeutic qualities.
Lauded "local news co-op" shuts down without warning, leaving its co-owners in the dark
Akron, Ohio's "community-owned magazine," The Devil Strip, gained attention for its unusual business model: It claimed to be the "first community-owned local news cooperative in the United States."
Twofold crisis: regional Australia housing shortage compounding poor mental health
The housing crisis and mental health crisis are converging in regional Australia as rental vacancy rates in some regions fall below 1% with city people on the move, rentals converting to Airbnbs or owners cashing in on high property prices.