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Dr. Aristotle Voineskos

Antipsychotic medication linked to potentially adverse changes in brain structure

Association between medication and changes in brain found during study using advanced brain imaging techniques

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Announcement event for largest donation ever for mental health

The Discovery Fund Celebrates Two Years of Supporting Life-Changing Research

In early 2018, CAMH announced an unprecedented — and anonymous — $100 million donation for research into mental illness.

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Teenage girl standing in school hallway

Ontario student use of e-cigarettes and cannabis edibles on the rise

CAMH population survey reveals e-cigarette use has doubled among young Ontarians

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BMO Corporate Office

Mental Health is the Next Frontier of Workplace Inclusivity

Prioritizing and addressing mental health in the workplace is the right thing to do for your employees—and for your bottom line

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Hockey Talks group

CAMH and the Leafs partner again for Hockey Talks

Fifty CAMH current and former clients cheered on the Toronto Maple Leafs in a close game they lost 2-1 to the Calgary Flames in a shootout.

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Business meeting

CAMH Launches First-of-its-Kind Workplace Mental Health Playbook

Helping Business Leaders navigate mental illness; a leading cause of workplace disability in Canada

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Dr. Fang Liu in lab

Research News: Study finds potential new treatment for preventing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Nearly one in ten Canadians have PTSD

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Dr. Yona Lunsky

Research News: One in eight Ontario pregnancies are to women with a disability

Pregnancy rates for women with disabilities in Ontario have risen in the past 15 years, according to study.

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Our voice matters participants

CAMH partners with Healthy Debate to support youth with lived experience to promote change

CAMH and Healthy Debate have launched a new partnership with the creation of the site, Our Voice Matters.

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