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A Tale of Two Students-Bipolar Roommates

November 19, 2020

Living with Bipolar disorder is challenging, but two college students with two different types of the disorder say they're better off together. Tyler Moore reports.

Mental Health-You Don’t Know What It’s Like

November 9, 2020

One in five college students suffer from a mental illness. However, most think they're alone. Sierra Winters reports.  

It follows them forever: Mental health issues dog storm survivors

The Joplin Butterfly Garden and Overlook is in Cunningham Park, considered ground zero for the EF 5 tornado that ripped through southwest Missouri in 2011. The frames represent homes that stood on the spot. (Brigette Waltermire/News21)
August 14, 2019

MOORE, Oklahoma — After a natural disaster, survivors can have psychological fallout's for weeks and months, or even lifetimes, research shows. Xavier Delgado was 10 in May 2013 when an EF5 tornado...

Oklahoma Rep. Mullin urges Congress to renew mental health program as funding nears end

March 14, 2019

WASHINGTON — U.S. House Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) on Thursday introduced a bipartisan bill alongside House and Senate members to expand a national mental health treatment program for which funding...

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