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arrow MENTAL HEALTH: With compassion we can help them cope

19-03-2013
IT is worrying that the number of children aged 15 and below who have mental health problems is rising.

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arrow Call to set up mental health centres in every state

19-03-2013
KUALA LUMPUR: Mental Health Promotion Advisory Council member Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye has called for the setting up of community mental health centres in every state to help deal with stigmatisation, create awareness about mental health and empower the service users and their families.

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arrow Advocate for mental health

19-03-2013
GEORGE TOWN: SUSAN Dustin Hattan-Aldous kept the audience transfixed with her dramatisation and vocalisation of voices within those who suffer from different mental health illness.

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arrow EXAMS: Protect mental health of students

19-03-2013
THE article titled "Give children space to be themselves" (NST, Nov 22) should give much food for thought to Malaysian parents who are imposing too much expectations on their school-going children.

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arrow Exhibition allows an insight into depression

21-02-2013
Depression is a common mental disorder that affects approximately 121 million people worldwide.

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arrow Blue world

21-02-2013
FEELING "blue", down or sad from time to time is normal and a part of life. Everyone has their good days and bad days, which elicit associated emotions and affect our mood.
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