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2010 Centre for Addiction
and Mental Health

CAMH in the Media - July 2010

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 headlines below to read the full stories (external links):


Oxycodone abuse taking toll on communities
Standard Freeholder (Cornwall); Recorder & Times (Brockville) - Saturday, July 31

CAMH: Video of what the new development will look like
The Art Condominiums Blog (blog.artcondos.ca) - Wednesday, July 28

Second annual Hatsquerade
mytowncrier.ca - Wednesday, July 28

Driving above zero
What can young drivers expect under new rules?
Toronto Star - Tuesday, July 27


Tweeting 80 times a day? Not necessarily a bad thing
Toronto Star - Monday, July 26

Sobering thoughts on DUIs
Statscan says impaired driving has risen for the third year in a row. So why on earth are impaired drivers still getting behind the wheel?
The Globe and Mail - Saturday, July 23

Students see selves as less healthy: study
Canada.com - Thursday, July 22

Solution for smoking could be in the genes
Toronto Star; healthzone.ca - Monday, July 19

Toronto students lazier, less bullied: survey
insidetoronto.com - Monday, July 19

TV and computers: Are students spending too much screen time?
cbc.ca - Tuesday, July 13

Ontario teens claim worse health than those from '90s
ctv.ca - Monday, July 12

Study: teens spending seven hours a day in front of TVs, computers
The Globe and Mail - Monday, July 12

Marijuana can send a brain to pot
Toronto Star - Friday, July 9

A healing process for hospitals
The Globe and Mail - Tuesday, July 6

Coping with an addict colleague
Canada.com - Saturday, July 3


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