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Tackling mental health in England

June 17, 2019, LONDON, England—Outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May announced that every new teacher will be trained in how to spot mental health problems in children, pledging better access to education, help, and support as part of a push for tackling mental health. The next revolution in mental health should be in prevention, she said.

Ugandan youth mental health concerns

June 17, 2019, KAMPALA, Uganda—Health experts have raised concerns over the increasing number of mental health disorder cases among youth in the past three years. A lack of mental health services in the community is leading to higher mental health hospital caseloads.

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