The decisive battles in American culture wars often take place in the armed forces. That was true of racial integration decades ago, and it's true of homosexuality today. Now it's happening to mental health. If psychiatric disorders end up being culturally accepted as medical conditions, with all the attendant insurance coverage and workplace protections, the decisive player in this revolution will probably be the military.
Being a father is an important factor in a man's decision to seek help for mental health issues, according to a survey released by the American Psychiatric Association. Read Post
The law promises to give Americans with mental illness something they have never had before: near-universal health insurance, not just for their medical problems but for psychiatric disorders as well. Read Post