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Two to three per cent of children in the GTA have fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), according to the first population-based study of its kind in Canada, conducted by CAMH.
Men and women with major depressive disorder have opposite changes in the same genes, according to a new study by researchers at CAMH and the University of Pittsburgh.
New brain imaging research from CAMH shows that the brain changes after years of persistent depression, suggesting the need to change how we think about depression as it progresses.
Alcohol use disorders are the most important preventable risk factors for the onset of all types of dementia, especially early-onset dementia.
Adults with both neurodevelopmental disabilities and a mental illness will have greater opportunities to live healthier lives, thanks to Canada’s first centre for this population being opened at CAMH.
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Cover of the book Mental Health & Addictions Interventions for Youth Experiencing Homelessness: Practical Strategies for Front-line ProvidersMental Health & Addictions Interventions for Youth Experiencing Homelessness: Practical Strategies for Front-line Providers is a new, free e-book providing practical guidance for service providers on how to better intervene to support young people experiencing homelessness. Contributors include ​leading practitioners and intervention researchers worldwide. A print version is also available. (Jan. 2018)​​​​

 

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