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UK Mental Health Stigma Challenged by Powerful Short Film of 9-metre ‘Head Above Water’ Interactive Sculpture Inbox x ben x

Launching on World Mental Health Day, British Designer, Steuart Padwick is standing by to outline and explain this poignant, evocative short film https://vimeo.com/290775070 Steuart would detail how this important video piece helps us all on the 10th Oct and what ‘Head Above Water’ means for all of us in the UK (the video link is very much yours…

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15-Year-Old Holon Resident Saves Neighbor’s Baby

Jerusalem, October 2nd, 2018 – The fifteen-year-old son of a United Hatzalah volunteer EMT saved the life of an eight-month-old baby on Monday evening in Holon. The baby had swallowed a foreign object which got stuck in its throat and was causing an obstruction in its airway. It was having severe difficulty breathing. The worried parents…

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Pupils take lessons in lifesaving as part of Restart a Heart Day

Secondary school students in Suffolk will be learning first aid skills that could save a life as part of World Restart a Heart day later this month. Eight Suffolk schools will join more than 30 other schools across the region for this year’s event on Tuesday 16th October, where students learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), practising with resuscitation dolls, during…

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Psychotropic polypharmacy is common in Alzheimer’s disease

Up to half of people with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) use a psychotropic drug, and one in five uses two or more psychotropics concomitantly, according to a study conducted at the University of Eastern Finland. Psychotropic drug use was more common among persons with Alzheimer’s disease already five years before the diagnosis, and the difference to…

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