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Spring 2015

CAMH Discovers - News from CAMH Research and the Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute
Spring 2015
 
 
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A higher risk of psychotic illness

 

Some immigrants and refugees have a higher risk of psychotic disorders than other Ontarians – but living in wealthier neighbourhoods can be protective.

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APA conference comes to Toronto

 

Leading CAMH researchers are presenting this month at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.

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How good are online tools to quit smoking?

 

Dr. Stephen Kish blogs on a study of 24 programs for health professionals that shows most come up short.

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Tackling a treatment crisis with research

 

A CAMH team advances treatment options for people with borderline personality disorder.

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Potential treatment for youth with autism

 

Dr. Stephanie Ameis investigates a promising treatment for youth with autism spectrum disorder.

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Preventing Alzheimer’s dementia in older adults

 

An innovative new study combines brain stimulation and exercises to improve memory and thinking.

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A paradigm shift in Aboriginal research

 

Dr. Julie George blogs on mental health research at Kettle & Stony Point First Nation.

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Brain inflammation linked with Alzheimer's

 

A CAMH study confirms a possible new area for exploration in treating in Alzheimer’s disease.

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The impact of fetal alcohol exposure

 

A new CAMH report highlights the significant economic impact of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder in Canada.

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Smoking and mental illness

 

Does having a mental health problem affect quitting? CAMH research explores this question.

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