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CAMH in the Media - January 2008

Coverage of CAMH mentions compiled by Public Affairs

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) regularly provides expert information on addictions and mental health treatment, research, education and advocacy to the public through the media. Here are some recent samples of CAMH coverage. Click on the headline below to read the full story (external link):

U of T researchers discover new muscular dystrophy gene
News@UofT - January 30, 2008

Desperate for Sleep
Toronto Star - January 29, 2008
Also appears on: Amherst Daily, The Barrie Examiner, Brantford Expositor.

The high price we pay - and keep paying
Ottawa Citizen - January 27, 2008

Research shows promising results for smokers to "go weedless"
January 23, 2008
Media mentions: CityNews, Standard Freeholder, Owen Sound Sun Times, L'express, La Nouvelle,Chatham Daily News, Milton Canadian Champion.

Why SAD patients `look like hibernating bears'
Toronto Star - January 20, 2008

Stress in the workplace
Hospital News - January 2008

Quitting smoking
Toronto Star - January 13, 2008

For drug addicts heroin therapy may be affordable and effective
Medindia.com - January 11, 2008

Drug use stats surprise police
Orillia Today - January 3, 2008
Also appears on: Simcoe.com

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