The economic impact of mental illness in the U.

The economic impact of mental illness in the U.S. Is high, estimated that there was $ 300 billion in 2002.The U.S. National Survey on Drug Use and Health comprises some 67,500 persons throughout the country every year.

For 2010 fixed, 9 million young people had experienced a major depressive episode in the past year. A depressive episode is one that lasts for at least 2 weeks, and by loss of interest or pleasure in daily activities and which meets at least four of the seven DSM-IV symptom criteria determined.. She also said mental illness is not an’isolated public health problem, ‘It is often coexists with other diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity and cancer is also associated with behaviors such as physical inactivity. Smoking excessive alcohol consumption excessive alcohol consumption and lack of sleep and if the mental illness is often in reducing the effects of other diseases successfully treated, said Hyde.The Editorial Board the HFSP log presents five distinguished scientists from various disciplines, Laboratories respectively with a strong emphasis on living systems: – * Marcelo Magnasco ,* Professor Seeberger ,* Dan Kiehart and* by Mitsuo Kawato the HFSP log offering its writers the possibility to pay a fee to their scientific articles Open Access Open Access immediately upon publication. For other articles participants subscribers the first 6 months after publication will be limited, and access will subsequent period.