Genders issues in mainstream psychology are of interest to a great many people, us included. So we’re happy to welcome Yale University student, Johannah Cousins, as our newest blogger to be blogging about the intersection of gender issues and pop psychology in her new blog, …

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  1. You are now talking health reform will be changed soon; we trust that Obama and his staff do what is necessary for the welfare of families. This reform must be appropriate because many families depend on it, the health system a long time that is weak and patients suffering from cancer, chronic fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, Parkinson’s, diabetes, chronic pain, chronic anxiety among many other diseases, Need proper medical attention, according to the measure should be findrxonline for 80% of patients with these diseases.

  2. Today I talked to a high school girl who just got out of 8 months of rehab for a drug addiction. I drew on my experience of being hospitalized/stuck in a halfway house because I am suicidal and I asked her, “Did they have any kind of exercise equipment?” “No, and I gained 25 pounds while I was there. We had a ping pong table, but they took it away when a girl used a paddle as a weapon; we had a foosball table, but that got destroyed. After that, we had nothing.”

    Since exercise has proven health benefits for mentally ill, I continue to wonder why rehab/psych hospitals/halfway hospitals lack any outlet for exercise. How are they teaching people how to live a healthier lifestyle if exercise isn’t included?

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