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Inhaled version of blood pressure drug shows promise in treating anxiety, pain

Understanding gene-environment interactions leads to possible preventive treatment

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Mental Health is Health

Those four words are at the heart of CAMH’s most ambitious public awareness campaign in years.

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11.Jul.2018

Going Digital to Find Depression Early Warning Signs

The Cundill Centre for Child and Youth Depression at CAMH is leading one of the first-ever studies to monitor youth depression through the use of mobile and wearable technology, with the goal of optimizing early intervention.

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Dr. Lena Quilty
11.Jul.2018

Using Personality to Protect Against Depression

CAMH scientist Dr. Lena Quilty is working to bring the science of personality into real-world use in health-care settings to improve treatment.

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11.Jul.2018

Unraveling and Treating Depression

Depression is the most common mental illness, yet we still do not fully understand what depression is. CAMH researchers are tackling the challenges of unravelling the biology of depression and improving treatments.

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Dr. Larissa Mooney

New approaches to the growing opioid crisis

Ahead of National Addictions Awareness Week, CAMH welcomed Dr. Larissa Mooney to present on the opioid epidemic gripping the U.S. and Canada.

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New CAMH program streamlines substance use treatment

CAMH is proud to announce the successful implementation of a new, streamlined outpatient service for clients with addiction and other psychiatric disorders.

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Tianna Costa

CAMH’s Opioid Overdose Prevention Strategy

When CAMH introduced its Opioid Overdose Prevention Initiative in 2017, one of the overarching goals was for Naloxone kits to be considered as stigma-free to possess as an EpiPen.

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CAMH’s Krembil Centre begins search for top minds

CAMH’s newly-launched Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics has big plans to use big data to unlock the mysteries of the brain.

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Addictions panel - CAMH’s constituency council November 2018

CAMH experts tackle the issues around cannabis

CAMH experts gathered recently to discuss the changing landscape of cannabis at a panel before CAMH’s Constituency Council.

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Showcase your hidden talent for CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health.