Mental Health Problems


Mass Killing Demonstrates Need to Address War’s Toll on Troops

On Sunday a US soldier murdered 16 Afghani civilians, mostly women and children, after leaving his base early in the morning.  The BBC reported that, “The White House voiced ‘deep concern’ and Nato-led forces in Afghanistan promised a rapid inquiry.” … Continued


New Study Finds Link Between Racism and Mental Health Problems

A recently published study in the May edition of the American Journal of Public Health, has found that children who are the victims of racism are more likely to develop mental health problems as adults. The study examined over 5000 … Continued