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Feeling Better Now?

New web site helps diagnose and manage mental illness in the workplace

A new online tool may benefit both employers and employees by accurately diagnosing and treating mental illness. Psychiatrists from Harvard University, the University of Toronto, McMaster University and McGill University have created the first medically-based web site which provides an early diagnosis, treatment and management of challenging mental health problems. Called “FeelingBetterNow.com,” the Web site can help employees get the treatment they need sooner, before they claim for short-term disability and long-term disability benefits.

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