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World Mental Health Day 2017: History of the treatment of mental illness

The tenth of October marks World Mental Health Day. Organized by the World Health Organization, the day works toward "raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing
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The tenth of October marks World Mental Health Day. Organized by the World Health Organization, the day works toward “raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health.” Mental health has been a concern for thousands of years, but different cultures have treated mental illnesses very differently throughout time. This timeline gives a broad overview of some of the most prominent ways in Western history people have approached trying to care for and cure mental illness. Featured image credit: Jason-Blackeye-303521 by Jason Blackeye. Public domain via Unsplash. The post World Mental Health Day 2017: History of the treatment of mental illness appeared first on OUPblog.         Related StoriesDoes anyone know what mental health is?A short walk per day: a look at the importance of self-careBracing for the worst flu season on record 

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