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CAMH researchers and their partners are creating and evaluating a mobile app to deliver a better treatment experience for youth with depression or anxiety.
Ontarians who have street-raced at least once in the past year are five times more likely than other drivers to have crashed their vehicle at some point during those 12 months.
Researchers at CAMH and Queen’s University have identified 26 new genes linked to intellectual disability. The study may eventually lead to personalized treatments for individuals with intellectual disability.
Findings from a CAMH-led genetic study may improve treatment for older adults with depression. It’s the first study looking at a specific set of genes in older adults and how these genes affect response to a selected antidepressant medication.
New study shows benefits of mindfulness for parents of adult children with developmental disabilities.
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The 2015 CAMH Monitor eReport describes the extent of substance use and related harms, as well as mental health and well-being indicators among Ontario adults aged 18 years and older. (Dec. 2016)

Across the Lifespan: CAMH Research 2015-2016Our new 2015-2016 research report, Across the Lifespanhighlights our recent discoveries and new initiatives investigating the causes, treatments and prevention of mental illness and addiction at all life stages, from childhood to late life. (Nov. 2016)

 

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CAMH breakthrough special magazine

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