Join us Thursday, August 22, 2013 for a Poignant, Educational Journey on the Legacy of JFK and the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination The assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the aftermath of that day are engraved in history. Dallas citizens, law enforcement, journalists and key experts on the assassination and history of […]
Many Americans have been personally touched by the tragedy of suicide; a growing problem in the US. Teenagers are especially vulnerable to suicide and it’s the second leading cause of death in older teens (up to age 24) and the third leading cause of death for children 10-15 years of age.
More than 5 million Americans suffer from some form of mental illness and one in seventeen has a severe and persistent disorder. The need for care is growing, yet there are increased challenges in diagnosing and treating those with mental health problems.
In part two of this program experts talk about brain health and the innovative research that makes a critical difference in many lives. Its insights might impact you or a loved one.
We can live to 100 years of age; however, if our brain is not healthy our quality of life suffers in direct proportion. The good news is there is much we can do to assure brain health.