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Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellows have written, produced, and published works related to mental illnesses and reducing stigma. Relevant articles and projects completed both during and after each journalist's fellowship year may be found within the archives.

28 Feb 2006
Hidden wounds of the war
When Christian Lopez began his second tour of duty in Iraq, he was 'psyched.' Then came the dreams. In them, the Marine watched friends die. He dreamed that an IED blew off his leg. Eventually, he became too scared to sleep.
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23 Nov 2005
Mental Health and Workplace Productivity

Depression and anxiety tend to peak as the holidays approach - either because of the stress of the season or simply the weather, with seasonal affective disorder brought on by darker, gloomier days. A new review of previous studies finds that depression and anxiety exact an enormous toll on U.S. businesses.
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29 Mar 2005
Battling stress and IBS

First came the burps, followed by the gurgles and the cramps. Then came the long, lonely, seemingly endless trips to the bathroom.
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6 Sep 2004
Seriously Stressed

Life in the twenty-first century is more stressful than ever before and it can be dangerous to your health, but it doesn't have to be.
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22 Dec 2003
Stress Found to Weaken Resistance to Illness

Scientists are gaining new insights into the role of temperament in making some people vulnerable to physical disease through studies exploring how stress influences the immune system, weakening disease-fighting cells and creating fertile environments for pathogens.
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