HealthOne is a Colorado hospital chain that is opening a psychiatric ward to take pressure off its hospitals' emergency rooms, including the one on the billboard. Eric Whitney/CPR hide caption

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As Psychiatric Wards Close, Patients Languish In Emergency Rooms

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Fathers 'Need To Step Up' For Black Daughters

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Breaking Out Of A Web Of Fear

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VA Training Helps Clergy Minister To Vets

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Actress Glenn Close and her sister Jessie, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in her late 40s. Dan Hallman hide caption

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Glenn Close: Mental Illness Shouldn't Be Old News

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The U.S. military is trying to encourage service members and veterans to seek treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. The military is also seeking to remove any sense of stigma for receiving treatment. Here, military personnel attend a presentation on PTSD at Fort Hamilton Army Garrison in Brooklyn, N.Y., in 2009. Chris Hondros/Getty Images hide caption

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Military Looks To Redefine PTSD, Without Stigma

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Why Race Could Color The Vote Against Obama

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Psychology Of Fraud: Why Good People Do Bad Things

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People who are interested in and paying close attention to each other begin to speak more alike, a psychologist says. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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To Predict Dating Success, The Secret's In The Pronouns

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Closure Of Chicago Mental Health Clinics Looms

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A New Stage Play Tackles Athletes And Head Injuries

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Wounded Warrior Battalions have been set up to help troops returning from combat recover from their injuries. But recent Pentagon reviews have found a pattern of overmedication in such battalions. Here, Marines assigned to Wounded Warrior Battalion East at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., graduate from a training course in January. Capt. Jill L. Wolf hide caption

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Wounded Warriors Face New Enemy: Overmedication

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