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Brain images showing MAO-B levels in a depression study by CAMH's Dr. Jeffrey Meyer

CAMH study reveals a new target for developing treatments for depression

Researchers discover higher levels of a brain protein in people with clinical depression

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Dr. Jeff Meyer working at computer

Hope for new moms

13 per cent of new mothers experience postpartum depression. And now there’s a treatment that may help prevent it.

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Crane about to be removed - CAMH Redevelopment Update - March 2019

CAMH Redevelopment Update: March 2019

CAMH is committed to keeping our communities, neighbours and staff informed about the progress of the Queen Street Redevelopment Project.

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Nearly 1/3 of full-time psychiatrists in Ontario see less than two new patients a month

Getting an appointment with a psychiatrist is difficult for Ontarians because nearly one third of full-time psychiatrists see less than two new patients a month.

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Picture exchange communication demo

Thinking outside the box to improve patient care

Not all innovation involves reinventing the wheel. Sometimes all it takes is using existing parts differently. Case in point: a book and a button.

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Dr. Yona Lunsky

Study finds adults with developmental disabilities at risk for dying prematurely at a rate four times higher than those without developmental disabilities

Study finds adults with developmental disabilities at risk for dying prematurely at a rate four times higher than those without developmental disabilities

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Dr. Etienne Sibille in the lab with another researcher

New molecules reverse memory loss linked to depression, aging

New therapeutic molecules developed at CAMH show promise in reversing the memory loss linked to depression and aging.

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CAMH Library: Resources for International Day of Women's Health

CAMH Library shares resources on achieving gender balance in Canada for International Day of Women's Health.

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The Hon Michael Wilson

CAMH Statement on the Passing of the Hon Michael Wilson

Canada has lost a statesman, an advocate, a friend. Michael Wilson dedicated his life to public service.

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CAMH Library: Resources for Eating Disorders Week

Eating Disorders Awareness week is a time to talk about the impact of eating disorders in Canada, and to start conversations to combat misunderstanding and stigma. CAMH Library shares a selection of research to help.

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