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9 in 10 prisoners have a diagnosable mental health and/or substance misuse problem.
well, that meant that bereavement was over and the person was diagnosable with a major mental disorder--depression, now sometimes described as a permanent brain disease.
8 million Americans had diagnosable mental conditions, 10 million of which were described as serious.
That is despite one in 10 youngsters having a diagnosable mental health issue.
Dealing with different situations, from illegal immigration to diagnosable metal disorders, each of the books in The Alternative chronicles the "last chance" of a student at the Rondo Alternative High School.
Lyn Cole, Big Lottery Fund deputy director for England, said: "We know that around three young people in every classroom suffer from a clinically diagnosable mental health disorder and this is a desperately sad situation.
Currently, there is no single test and the disease sets in and is well on its tragic course before the first truly diagnosable symptoms arise.
THE DEFENSE The patient did not have a diagnosable infection the day the physician saw him and his condition had progressed over the following 3 days.
Although anxiety is a natural human emotion, the more worried people feel, the more they are likely to be tipped over into diagnosable anxiety disorders, such as panic, phobias and obsessive behaviours.
This condition requires much awareness by the public since it is not easily diagnosable, said KISR ''''s department of science and technology director Dr.
They're likely to have a diagnosable, treatable disease.
The kids had symptoms of depression, but not diagnosable depressive disorders.
They outline the connections between neurobiology and counseling, offer an overview of the brain and central nervous system and how each of the major aspects of the brain function in the process of counseling, and discuss brain development and plasticity; the different impacts of various counseling approaches on the brain; the neurobiological and neuropsychological aspects of mental health, as well as diagnosable and nondiagnosable issues as they relate to brain function, from schizophrenia to autism spectrum disorder; the effects of psychotropic medications on brain function; and the assessment of brain function in counseling and through brain scans.
The estimates are based on data from SAMHSA's 2009-2011 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, which calculated the rates of cigarette smoking among people aged 18 years and older in the United States who reported having "any mental illness," defined as "a diagnosable mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder, excluding developmental and substance use disorders" in the past year.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is proposing to add five diagnosable illnesses which are secondary to service-connected traumatic brain injury (TBI).