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Megan Thee Stallion Launches 'Bad Bitches Have Bad Days Too' Website

Megan Thee Stallion wants to make sure you're good. This past weekend, the "Plan B" artist debuted Bad Bitches Have Bad Days Too, a new website that provides crucial information and important resources for any Hotties that may be struggling with their mental health, including links to free therapy organizations, LGBTQIA+ community resources, resource directories and mental health hotlines.
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Surviving with OCD after COVID

OCD sufferers have enduring experience managing anxieties and uncertainties such as those presented by COVID and quarantine. Practicing coping skills learned through ERP therapy will help managing the uncertainties of next steps as COVID wanes. Where do we go from here?. If you suffer from OCD, then you were likely...
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Megan Thee Stallion Launches Mental Health Website: "Bad B*tches Have Bad Days Too"

Hot girls need support, too, and no one knows this better than Megan Thee Stallion. The rapper recently announced the creation of her new website, entitled "Bad B*tches Have Bad Days Too," which aims to promote mental health through links to resources like free therapy organizations, suicide hotlines, and substance-abuse support networks. A fan, Shea Jordan Smith, shared the news on Sunday, which Megan then retweeted on her own Twitter account. "Megan @theestallion created a website that compiles a list of diverse mental health resources and is sending it out to her fans and followers," Smith wrote. "Real hot girl sh*t."
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Empathy, community are weapons against 'deaths of despair' | Opinion

Editor's note: This commentary explores suicide. If you are at risk, please stop here and contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for support at 1-800-273-8255. The Associated Press recently reported U.S. life expectancy plummeted in 2021, the biggest two-year decline in a century. Though the report attributes part of the decline to the COVID-19 pandemic, it also indicates chronic diseases, drug overdoses and suicide are other contributors.
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DTx for Suicide Prevention

In this episode I speak with Seth Feurstein, Founder and CEO of Oui therapeutics, a digital therapeutic company that recently came out of stealth. In their own words: Oui is purpose built to tackle suicide and other challenging health care problems. In this episode, we cover:. The background and funding...
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Substance Use Disorder Treatment Admissions Down During Pandemic

MONDAY, Sept. 26, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- There was a 23.5 percent national decrease in substance use disorder (SUD) treatment admissions during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a research letter published online Sept. 22 in JAMA Network Open. Jonathan H. Cantor, Ph.D., from RAND Corporation in Santa...
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