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  • 2020 Powerlist Recognises Priory Expert’s Influentional Contribution to Mental Health

    2020 Powerlist Recognises Priory Expert’s Influentional Contribution to Mental Health0

    Priory consultant psychiatrist Dr Ian Nnatu, who is based at the Priory Hospital in North London and Priory’s Wellbeing Centres in Harley Street and Fenchurch Street in central London, has been named as one of the most influential people of African or African Caribbean heritage in the UK, in the annual Powerlist. The Powerlist 2020

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  • Three reasons why we need to talk about the mental health of political leaders

    Three reasons why we need to talk about the mental health of political leaders0

    As the impeachment investigation gathers pace on Capitol Hill, some commentators have argued that if Donald Trump remains the Republican presidential candidate in 2020, there is no way the election could be deemed legitimate. Whole swathes of US and global opinion were horrified by Trump’s election in 2016 and feared the consequences. A vocal minority,

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  • The Decision Maker’s Playbook: 12 Mental Tactics

    The Decision Maker’s Playbook: 12 Mental Tactics0

    By @SimonCocking review of The Decision Maker’s Playbook: 12 Mental Tactics for Thinking More Clearly, Navigating Uncertainty, and Making Smarter Choices 1st Edition. Available here. Every day, we are faced with hundreds of choices: some small, some substantial. We live in a world of ever-increasing complexity, and the fear of making the ‘wrong choice’ can be

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  • Why children with poor language skills often have mental health difficulties

    Why children with poor language skills often have mental health difficulties0

    In every classroom, roughly two children have developmental language disorder, a common neurodevelopmental condition. Children with this disorder typically have difficulties with using or understanding spoken language – and have had other possible causes such as hearing loss or autism spectrum conditions ruled out. While a small proportion of children with developmental language disorder go

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  • How to look after your mental health

    How to look after your mental health0

    As today is World Mental Health Day and this week is Mental Health Awareness week, we wanted to share with you a few ways that can really help improve your mental health. Mental health is something that affects lots of us and it’s very important to look after yourself to ensure you stay positive and

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  • Antidepressants, students & mental health care, sugar tax & tea-drinking benefits

    Antidepressants, students & mental health care, sugar tax & tea-drinking benefits0

    Missed out on all the latest health news this week? Catch up now… Most common antidepressant does little to relieve depression symptoms New research suggests that the most common antidepressant actually does little to relieve symptoms of depression. The largest study of its kind from University College London (UCL) found that most people taking the

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