Delaware issues fines to insurers for not treating people with mental health or substance abuse issues as fairly as they treat others.
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The audit of Community Behavioral Health was the first look in 20 years at spending for the HealthChoices Behavioral Healthcare Program.
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City officials sent a total of $200,000 to 20 community groups dedicated to improving the quality of life in the epicenter of Philadelphia's opioid crisis.
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The Britney Spears case in California — where adult guardianship is called conservatorship — has cast a spotlight on issues nationwide.
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Two Philadelphia addiction treatment providers face criminal charges for allegedly bribing recovery homes for referrals and forcing patients into substandard care.
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Jumping at the slightest little thing can be annoying and embarrassing. Why do some people startle so easily, and can they do anything about it?
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People can reframe their relationship with uncertainty and that can help relieve some of their anxiety.
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Everyday social stressors at the office quietly sapped these workers pre-pandemic — creating anxiety they didn’t realize they had.
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The Wilmington-based ReManned Project hopes to connect 10,000 Black men with mentors to help process trauma and find success in their work and personal lives.
2 months ago
American Indians have the highest smoking rates in the country: US commercialization of tobacco continues to complicate sacred use of the plant.
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What happens when an outsider develops a stop strange smoking method that works, but can’t be explained by science.
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The ability to charge fines or fees could weed out bad actors and prevent ongoing harm, experts say, but there's already pushback from the provider industry.
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