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Parents, lawmakers praise $200 million investment in public and mental health funding – The Nevada Independent

Dozens of concerned parents, educators and community members pleaded with lawmakers Wednesday about the critical need for improved mental and public health care across the state. Krista Cielo joined other guardians in nearly two hours of public comment to highlight her own experiences caring for a child with mental health needs while facing a lack …

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - DECEMBER 05: Jonah Hill attends the world premiere of Netflix's "Don't Look Up" on December 05, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/FilmMagic,)

Jonah Hill Steps Back from Public Eye, Announces Self-Made Doc About Mental Health Struggles

The actor/director said he will take a break from promotional duties on all upcoming projects due to mental health issues. Oscar nominee Jonah Hill has announced his latest directorial effort, the documentary “Stutz,” a chronicle of his mental health issues featuring his personal therapist. The film “explores mental health in general” and will provide therapy …

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COVID public health emergency appears to be headed for extension

The Biden administration appears headed toward extending the COVID-19 public health emergency for another three months, allowing special powers and programs to continue past the midterm election. Driving the news: HHS had extended the emergency declaration through Oct. 13 and pledged it would give states and health providers 60 days’ notice before it ends. Why it matters: …

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WHO vows nothing ‘ridiculous’ as public submits ideas to rename monkeypox

By Emma Farge and Jennifer Rigby GENEVA/LONDON (Reuters) – Poxy McPoxface, TRUMP-22 or Mpox: these some of the ideas sent in by the public to the World Health Organization as it seeks a new name for monkeypox. Often disease names are chosen behind closed doors by a technical committee, but the WHO has this time …

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WHO turns to public in search for less ‘stigmatising’ monkeypox name

The UN health agency says monkeypox was given its name before current best practices in naming diseases. The monkeypox virus was originally identified in monkeys kept for research in Denmark in 1958, but the disease is found in a number of animals. (Reuters) The World Health Organization, which is looking to rename monkeypox, has called …

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Apple Seeds Sixth Betas of iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 to Developers [Update: Public Beta Available]

Apple today seeded the sixth betas of upcoming iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 updates to developers for testing purposes, with the updates coming a week after Apple released the fifth developer betas. Registered developers can download the iOS and ‌iPadOS 16‌ profiles from the Apple Developer Center, and once installed, the betas will be available …

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Anchorage’s Mobile Crisis Team hopes funding to operate 24/7 will expand ability to address mental health crises – Alaska Public Media

The Anchorage Fire Department Mobile Crisis Team responds to a call of a woman in a medical crisis in Muldoon on Aug. 5, 2022. (Mizelle Mayo/Alaska Public Media) Anchorage’s Mobile Crisis Team just got a call from dispatch. “Sounds like possibly a panic attack that’s happening just down the street from us, actually,” Jennifer Pierce …

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Why some communities are distrustful of doctors and public health efforts

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! As the latest updates on COVID-19, the monkeypox virus, polio and other health concerns and issues continue to circulate, one doctor pointed out that health care is very much like a product. Dr. Alexander Salerno, an internist in New Jersey, told Fox News Digital, “If you don’t …

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