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3 Women Tell Us What It's Really Like To Live With Schizophrenia

When it comes to mental health, the facts and figures tell us a lot.

In the UK about one in six people will need treatment for mental ill health during their lifetime and it is estimated that at some time during their life, about one in 100 people will suffer an episode of schizophrenia. 68 more words

Mental Health

Prediction of risk for aggressive prostate cancer among Black males

A newly published paper has now suggested that data from a single PSA test carried out when the men are between 40 and 64 years of age can be used to project risk for aggressive prostate cancer among African-American men. 654 more words


On hearts in pockets

It is still dark, but the clouds of breath offered from my lungs stretch out before me with my first few steps. The soft glow from the lamp anchored around my forehead illuminates each swirl as I plunge through them, breaking up the haze and sending them into the darkness behind me. 836 more words

Dr. Pepe is preparing a new webinar!

Dear Friends,

I’m preparing a cycle of six webinars about basic interpretation of chest radiographs. The first one will be about the PA view, and today I’m presenting six cases that will be shown during this webinar. 177 more words

Dr. Pepe's Diploma Casebook


The leaves are turning into the deep jewel tones of autumn and you still aren’t here. Reading my psychology text book reminded me of why that is. 286 more words

Study: MRI Better Than Mammogram for Detecting Breast Cancer

By Lynn Allison  – Re- Blogged From Newsmax Health

Serena Williams kicked off Breast Cancer Awareness month by performing topless to bring awareness to the importance of breast self-examination. 545 more words

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Suicidal vs Suicidal Thoughts

Yes, this is a rough topic to talk about. Nobody likes to talk about it, mostly I think because we don’t understand it.

Now, I am not here to talk about what I think anyone should be on, because everyone reacts differently with medicine. 471 more words