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Psychiatric disorders are a major, though often "hidden", health problem. It is estimated that mental disorders affect more than 160 million Europeans - 38% of the population each year.
Motion for a resolution on the draft Commission implementing regulation amending Annexes II and III to Regulation (EC) No 110/2008 of the European Parliament and the Council on the definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of spirit drinks - B7-2013-0091» europa.euMOTION FOR A RESOLUTION pursuant to Rule 88(2), (3) and (4)(c) of the Rules of Procedure on the draft Commission implementing regulation amending Annexes II and III to Regulation (EC) No 110/2008 of [...]
The meeting (8-9 November 2012) discussed the development of a training programme on communication skills and psychosocial care for European countries with low resources in this area.
Measurement of and target-setting for well-being: an initiative by the WHO Regional Office for Europe. Second meeting of the expert group, Paris, France, 25–26 June 2012»
Building on a first meeting held earlier in 2012, an expert group reviewed previous work on measuring well-being and on its definitions, concepts and domains; advised WHO on the definition and concept of well-being to be used in the context of Health 2020; and determined the next steps required to develop well-being indicators and targets
Confederation of Family Organisation in the EU launches European awareness raising campaign on cyber bullying»
Cyber bullying is a new phenomenon, and it is in the news almost every day. In the most dramatic cases young people have committed suicide, in the less serious cases young people and children are hurt emotionally, are afraid to go to school, suffer a great loss of self-esteem and begin self-doubt, which then can lead to other psychological issues, such as eating disorders, anorexia, depression, anxiety, just to name a few…