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988 Suicide Prevention Hotline Launches
Over 200 crisis centers will be available 24/7
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Free Mental Health Resources for Veterans
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AARP Online Community Health Forums
Share and discuss your mental health challenges
Social connections are key to health, happiness
What parents need to know
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Prolonged grief disorder is now an official condition
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Who's at risk, common symptoms, and how to get help and ease the pain
Five middle-aged adults describe their symptoms and how they’ve learned to cope
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Symptoms & treatment for this common condition
Tips for passengers as air travel returns
New report says Medicare is insufficient coverage
Help is available
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Strategies include staying calm during outbursts and balancing loyalty with limits
Acknowledging and addressing the problem is the first step in stemming the rise of cases
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