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Infants

The Facts About Baby’s Brain
Child Care Patterns of Infants and Toddlers
Facts About Alcohol Use During Pregnancy
Pregnant Minority Women Have High Rates of Depression
Newborn Babies Can Learn to Distinguish Speech Sounds While Asleep, Study Shows
Most Moms-to-Be who use drugs don't disclose it
Being Social Is A Key Component To Creating An Enriched Environment That Stimulates Cognitive Development
Babies can 'tune in' faces
Play therapy boosts HIV children
Significant Deficits in Mental Skills Observed in Toddlers Exposed to Cocaine Before Birth
Personality Traits Linked To Birth Order
HIV treatment for pregnant women a good thing overall
Study Looks at Prenatal Alcohol Effects
Mom's Early Weight Gain Found Key in Newborn Size
Baby Blues
No Sign Yet of Post-Sept. 11 Baby Boom
Injuries from Baby Products Up Slightly
Questions Still Surround Autism
Increased Risk of Cot Death in Infants of Depressed Mothers
Mental Health "Risk" in Adopted Children
Lack of Oxygen at Birth Not the Cause of Most Newborns' Seizures
Babies Are Not as Numerically Gifted as Previously Reported, Researchers Find
Advanced Parental Age May Increased Risk of Schizophrenia in Offspring
Home-Based Preschool Helps Disadvantaged Kids Later
"Sticky Mittens" Give Babies A Head Start
Report says many pupils lack the social and emotional skills to succeed
Seeking Deeper Meaning in the Babbling of Babies
Birth weight may impact longterm stress
Study: Any Drinking Hurts Pregnancy
Baby Doctor Claims To Calm Infants
Kids start remembering by second year, study finds
PRE-TERM INFANTS SLOWER THAN FULL-TERMS AT PROCESSING INFORMATION; NEW RESEARCH SHOWS DIFFERENCE BEGINS AS EARLY AS FIVE MONTHS
Study: Out with the baby talk
The man who proved a baby needs mom's hugs
Fetal Cocaine Exposure May Not Stunt Development
Swaddling Infants May Bring Them Better Sleep
Favoring One Kid Is Fine
More Evidence Linking Sudden Infant Death Syndrome And Maternal Smoking
More Parents Bring Baby to Bed
Gene Linked to Alcohol Risk in Pregnancy
Research Shows TV Carries Messages That Influence Infants' Behavior
Baby Brain Injury Often Occurs Before Labor: Report
Gene Linked to Birth Defect Syndrome
Infants learn to fill in perceptual gaps by 4 months of age, Cornell psychologist's studies show
Girls born with HIV surviving to become moms
UT Professor Studies Premature Babies Cases
Mothers' Minds and Babies' Bellies
Mom-To-Be's Drinking May Up Child's Drinking Risk
Mental Illness Strikes Babies, Too
Bed Sharing with Siblings, Soft Bedding, Increase SIDS Risk
Unborn babies recognise their mother's voice
Expectant Moms Battle Depression More Than Thought
What Makes You Who You Are
Animal study indicates maternal care influences later psychological health
New method to screen for Down's syndrome
Breastfed Infants Show Little Effect when Moms Take Anti-Depressant
Antidepressants may affect baby brains

Children

Depression in Children and Adolescents
Living Amid Green Space is Highly Beneficial to Children
Talking About "Youth Development"
Study Links Snoring, ADHD
The Power of Puppetry; Show Teaches Children to Recognize and Prevent Child Abuse
Home Affects Mental Development of Fragile X Kids
Children and TV Violence
New language learning linked to early language experience
Millions of Children Have Mental Health Problems; Most Get No Help
Pitt researchers find gender differences in the mental health care of children
Children's brains process words differently than adults.
Too Much Noise May Affect Children's Mental Health
Once-a-day Ritalin formulation wins FDA OK
Pet-owning Children "Healthier"
Abused Kids Tend to See Anger in Adult's Face
New Module Helps Physicians Monitor, Treat Adhd Patients
Study: Harm Outweighs Benefits of Spanking
Health System Failing Latino Kids
U. Illinois study shows anxiety, depression hurts girls' grades
Study Looks at Classroom Dynamics, Kids' Smoking
Little Couch Potatoes May Be More Switched On Than We Think
Study Links a Gene To Impact of Child Abuse
Young and Bipolar. Once called manic depression, the disorder afflicted adults. Now it's striking kids. Why?
'Family Bed' Ok for Kids
Delayed Brain Development Could Explain Bed-Wetting
Tackling Childhood Depression
More Behavior Problems for Low Birth Weight Kids
Tailored Education Helps Autistic Kids Mainstream
Young Black Children's Development Affected by Messages on Race
Kids' Meanness Might Mean Health Risks When They Grow Up
Attention Defecit Disorder May Plague More Girls Than Believed
ADHD Kids Have Smaller Brains
Researchers Baffled by Calif. Autism
Uf to Test If Mental Disorder, Strep Link Effects Suspected on Mind, Behavior
UCLA Geneticists Find Location of Major Gene in ADHD; Targeted Region Also Linked to Autism
Children whose parents have attempted suicide are at a higher risk for attempting suicide
Children Of Divorce Need Expert Help; Counseling Helps With Coping Skills
ADHD Kids May Have Bipolar Disorder, Too
Parents, child therapists help children cope with sexual abuse
Preschoolers' Thinking, Behavior Influenced By Family Income
Fit The Treatment To The Autistic Child
Why isn't Willy a doctor? Study at Cornell finds that aging moms have conflicted relationship with lower-achieving adult children.
Valley kids seek psychiatry services
Suspensions rise for Phila.'s kindergartners
Toy Choice Among Boys, Girls A Matter Of Monkey Business
Father's Drinking Predicts Kids' Disruptive Behavior
It's difficult to help kids, even if needs are known
ADHD: New name, old behavior traits
U.S. Approves Prozac for Treating Children
Retiring one Ritalin concern
Psychiatric Drug Use Up For Kids
Breaking The Silence
America's large cities showed improvements on some measures of a healthy and promising start to life during the prosperous 1990s
Kids of Single-parent Homes Often Less Stable
Study: Girls More Easily Addicted to Drugs
The Youngest ADHD Sufferers: Combination Of Behavior Management, Ritalin Being Tested On Preschoolers
Violence Plays Role in Cycle of Child Sex Abuse
Studies: Neglect Delays Orphans Devt.
Remedial Reading Programs Help Dyslexics
Smaller Primary School Classes 'Make Children More Aggressive'
What To Tell Kids With Cancer
Parents told to tell kids about war, but gently
Studies Show Parents, Pediatricians, And Schools Critical In Identifying And Treating Social Anxiety Disorder In Kids
Calls to sex abuse hotlines rise sharply; experts cite falling 'barriers' High-profile cases thought to be a factor
Parents of Children with Mental Illness Sacrifice Custody for Needed Care
Stepfamilies Can Make For Happier Children
Low dose meds plus placebo may help ADHD
Depression: A Hidden Childhood Illness
Childhood physical abuse increases suicide threat among depressed women
Childrens Birthmarks Upset Parents
When the Children Play Well, but the Parents Don't
Youngsters Drawn to Sound More Than Pictures
Tendency to Be Shy May Be Inherited
Neuroscience offers new hope for helping those with dyslexia
Noise in the home thought to cause learning disorders in children
Childhood Reading Disability
Childhood sexual abuse impacts sexuality development
U.S. Children Fatter but Less Violent, Report Says
Children With Bowel Disease Prone to Emotional Problems
Most Drugs Prescribed for Children Are Primarily Studied on Adults
Troubled Souls
Mental Health Care For Kids Varies Widely By State
Study: Overweight children less able to compensate for overeating fast food
Ecstasy users suffer memory loss
American Children Only Slightly Better Off Today Than 30 Years Ago, Index Shows; Health Status Deteriorating Due to Obesity

Adolescents/Teens

Counseling Resistant Teens
High School and Youth Trends
Helping the Child or Adolescent Trauma Survivor
Girls are drinking like boys Teens' alcohol use now nearly equal
National Teen Birth Rate Declines to Record Low
Ecstasy: The New Cocaine?
Cigarette Displays in Stores May Encourage Teen Smoking
Anxiety disorders becoming more prevalent
$5.85 Million Awarded for Youth Alcohol and Drug Treatment
What We're Learning About Anorexia Nervosa From Animal Research
Borderline Personality Disorder:
Children and TV Violence
More Young Women Drinking, Suffering Disproportionate Consequences
STUDENTS MAY BE LEARNING MORE ABOUT AVOIDANCE STRATEGIES THAN ARITHMETIC IN MATH CLASS; STUDY SHOWS WHAT TEACHERS CAN DO
Street Life Ups Drug, Sex Abuse Risks for Gay Youth
Nicotine stops new brain cells forming
Harsh, Lax Parenting Ups Boy's Dating Violence Risk
Industry: anti-smoking ads make kids smoke
Is there such a thing as a cannabis addict?
Promoters, Police Cooperate to Fight Drugs at Concerts
Heat May Help Cure Anorexia
Teenagers with Attention Problems at Risk of Smoking
Idealized Women in TV Ads Make Girls Feel Bad
The Smoke That Terrifies, Satisfies, Mystifies: Marijuana Neither Horrifying 'Gateway' Drug Nor Innocuous Cure-All, Says USC Researcher
Government study shows significant suicide-risk problem among youngsters 12-17
Are Teens Driving Dad Crazy Or Could It Be Vice Versa?
Teen drug use linked with later health problems
Researchers Find Anorexia Gene
Colleges Focus On Parents' Feelings
Ecstasy Drug of Choice for Those Trying to Cope with Loneliness
Adult 'Bad' Behavior May Encourage Teen Sex-Study
Missing the Message On Sex
Afluent Kids: Both Pressured And Ignored
U.S. Official Warns of Teen Pot Use
Young and Depressed
Indiana Teen Saved After Online Suicide Bid
Disruption caused by job loss may affect entire family
Teens who witness or experience violence at home take risks with sex
Antisuicidal Effect Of Psychotropics Remains Uncertain
Preventive Sessions After Divorce Protect Children into Teens
ADHD Teens No More Likely to Abuse Drugs
Attention Disorder Affects Teens' Driving Skills
University of Florida Study: Adolescent Girls Who Set Goals Too High May Risk Anorexia
What works best for teen drug prevention - scare tactics or good news?
Setting limits in a beleaguered society
Young Mothers' Marital Status, Not Age, Linked To Later Depression
Some Teens Deliberately Harm Themselves
Eating disorders not just about being skinny
Depression leads to obesity, but the reverse is not true
The Battle Over Abstinence
Alcohol: Teen Brains Hurt More Than Adults'
Psychiatric Disorders Common Among Detained Youth
Teen Drug Abuse Down, Study Says
Unmarried Moms Face Greater Risk of Depression Later
Sobriety High Schools Offer a Program of Learning, Recovery
Soft drinks may deprive teens of sleep
Tailoring Treatments for Teenage Drug Users
Teen Drug Use Associated With Psychiatric Disorders Later In Life
Study Backs Theory That Pot's a 'Gateway' Drug
Turning Off TV Shows Won't Deter Teens
Girls Who Dine Alone May Pay a High Price
Web site provides mental health resources to students
Survey Suggests Teens See Little Risk in Experimentation With Drug Ecstacy
Cruelest Choice Faces Parents of Mentally Ill
Survey Seeks To ID Depressed Teens
Smoking, drinking linked to schools
Learning disabilities an issue in college
Celebrity TV Puts Children's Health at Risk; Shows Such As Fame Academy Raise Unrealistic Hopes Then Lead to Depression, Study Reveals
Mayo Clinic Proceedings Study Finds Little Variance in Survival Rates of Patients With Eating Disorder
Young Gay Men Are Anxious, Depressed And Ignorant Of Their HIV Status
College students report more stress, depression
Mothers' Psychological Symptoms Influence Which Children Go To The Doctor
Scientifically Speaking, Should Teen Offenders Be Punished as Adults?
Face of HIV gets younger as treatment gets better
Bullying May Be Sign of Other Violent Behavior
UC Irvine Study Looks at Parents' Attempts to Help Teenagers Cope After Terrorist Attacks
SB teen says he was molested in group home; files lawsuit
Laws Tighten On Sex Offenders
Psychologists confirm that teenagers and exam stress are a dangerous combination
Study: Boys More Likely Pressured on Sex
Juvenile Jail Detanees and Aids
Teens Misusing Nicotine-Replacement Products
FDA Cites Possible Suicide Link in Paxil
Brain develops first to seek thrills
Dyslexia has two brain sources: report
Anorexia Rare Among Black Women
College Study Faults Anti-Alcohol Program
High percentage of youth in the U.S. report symptoms of posttraumatic stress and other disorders.
ADHD Treatment Discourages Children From Drug Abuse Later
Teen Substance Abuse Factors Examined
Qualities that drive young to succeed also lead to high blood pressure Impatience, hostility make unhealthy mix
Family a Critical Influence on Teens' Mental Health, Study Shows; 25-Year Study, One of Nation's Longest, Shows Sometimes Surprising Family Influences
Teens Prefer to Get Alcohol Advice Online

Adults

Making Your Workplace Drug Free-A Guide For Supervisors and Managers
NAMI Calls "A Beutiful Mind" AN Historic, Authentic, Achievement
Differences Found in Autistic Brains
The Road to Burnout
ADD affects adult population
Study: Internet gambling stakes are high
Advance Directives Help Prevent Psychiatric Crises and Promote Recovery
IS NATURAL BETTER?
INTERNET GAMBLERS MAY BE MORE LIKELY TO HAVE A SERIOUS GAMBLING PROBLEM THAN OTHER GAMBLERS, STUDY FINDS
IN LIVING COLOR: WE REMEMBER SCENES BETTER WHEN THEY'RE IN COLOR THAN IN BLACK AND WHITE
New Program Will Support Recovery for People with Mental Illness
New Program Will Support Recovery for People with Mental Illness
Panel Pushes Depression Screening
Drug Free Pennsylvania Reminds Employers of Importance of Safe, Productive, Drug-Free Workplace Proper Testing of Seasonal, Permanent Employees Critical
Narcissists brilliant workers, but terrible colleagues
Many Psychiatric Medications May Be Ineffective in Preventing Suicide
Suicide Rate Highest Among Chinese Women
Brain scan may shed light on depression
Binge Drinkers Sensitized to Alcohol Stimulation
Stress Increases Sedative Effects of Alcohol, Researchers Say
WSU Study to Test Damage to Sperm by Antidepressants
Pursuit of Happiness May Be the Secret to Well-being
Different Effects of Alcohol May Explain Binge Drinking in Young Adults
'Unselfish' Neurons in the Brain?
"Power Nap" Prevents Burnout
What, Me Worry?
Antidepressant Drug Sales Expected to Reach $20.5B By 2007
People With Low Self-Esteem Less Motivated To Break A Negative Mood
Healing the Wounds of Terrorism for NYC Firefighters and their Families
Alcohol Initially Packs Bigger Punch for Some
Professor's theory says hot tempers can make life painful
Report: U.S. Prison Population at Record High
SOMETHING TO WRITE HOME ABOUT: JOURNALING CAN HELP AFTER TRAUMA
Anxiety Over Terrorism Lingers
Survey Finds 'Denial Gap' On Drug Abuse
Penn Study May Explain Cliche Of "Hot-Headed" Men
Counselors Say Order Birth Affects Behavior Of Adults
Study Finds Women's Mental Health Benefits Just As Much As Men's In Marriage
JOB LOSS AND THE RESULTING FINANCIAL STRAIN CAN LEAD TO DOWNWARD SPIRAL OF DEPRESSION AND POOR HEALTH, SAYS RESEARCH
Experts: Half Of Clinically Depressed Not Diagnosed
Therapist's Burnout Can Hurt Patient Satisfaction
New Drug for Cocaine Addiction
Shock Impacts Sniper Witness Accounts
Think your job may be killing you?
Schizophrenia Has Different Sub-Types Linked To Problems In Different Parts Of The Brain
Study: human brain benefits from talking
APA Mourns Tragic Loss of Senator Wellstone
Adults with Attention Disorder Show Memory Flaws
What Makes Us Do It?
The Last Taboo- It's not sex. It's not drinking. It's stress-and it's soaring.
Chronic Stress Beats Down Immune System
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Psychology Says Belief In Ghosts Could Be Related To Belief In God
Army Report: Mental Health Workers Needed In Combat Units
True Kleptomaniacs Hard To Find
Media shrinks' quick fixes fail
Driving drugged often not enough to prosecute
Exploring The Relationship Between Alcoholism And Serotonin One Step At A Time
The Psychology of Success
Building A Network For Mentally Ill Hispanics
Terror's mental health facets ignored, experts say
Problem Gamblers Wanted for Pioneering Study
'Tis Healthier to Give Than to Receive
Marijuana's Distant Relative May Be Next Prozac; Chemical Reduces Anxiety Using Novel Nerve System in Body
Addicts' Brains Work Harder to Control Behavior
FAMILY ROUTINES AND RITUALS MAY IMPROVE FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS AND HEALTH, ACCORDING TO 50-YEAR RESEARCH REVIEW
Brain Hormone Tied to Seasonal Affective Disorder
Inmates Feel the Holiday Blues
'Fear gene' could unlock mental illness
Clinicians' Personal Theories Influence Diagnoses of Mental Disorders
ABUSIVE SUPERVISORS MAY GET EMPLOYEES TO MEET DEADLINES AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR COMPANY'S "BOTTOM LINE"

Suicide rate in prisons 10 times higher: study says
Mental Health: Lifting Men's Fog of Depression
Binge Drinkers Get a Pass, Says Study, While Costs Mount
Victims Of Partner Violence Visit Doctor More Often
Court Backs Lie Tests for Sex Offenders
'YOU REALLY DO MAKE YOUR OWN LUCK' SAYS SCIENTIST
In Some Couples It's 'You Hurt Me, I Hurt You Back'
Study: Violent men often struggle with emotions
Masters of Denial
One in Five Depressed People Have Tried Suicide
Aggression and anxiety gene discovered
Thearapist and Personal Disclosure.
Even in the Age of Prozac, Some Prefer the Couch
Asian Americans and eating disorders: A silent struggle
Art's potent healing qualities offer prescription for a better world
Dramatic Increases Seen in College Student's Mental Health Problems Over the Last 13 Years.
What's love got to do with health? Plenty, OSU studies find
Expressing Anger May Protect Against Stroke And Heart Disease
Self-Doubt Creates Spouse Problems
Talk therapy helps schizophrenics
Coping With Anxiety
Stress disorder "culturally influenced"
Effective treatment for women with borderline personality disorder
'Take antidepressants for longer'
Perfectionists May Have Less-Than-Perfect Marriages
Using Humor To Heal
Many Depressed Patients Have Low Satisfaction With Care
Cocaine's brain effects might be long term
Study Favors Drug Treatment Over Prison
Anxiety Over Possible Attacks Damaging People Worldwide
The Recognition Factor
Visual Attention Attuned To Grabbable Objects
Anxiety Overlooked, Under Recognized Component of Mood Disorders in Women
Highly Educated Workers at Greater Mental Health Risk
UCR sociologist says stress, danger and ridicule on the job could mean bruises for partners at home
Brain Signal Prompts Addictive Behavior
Bad Memories Block Out New Memories
Study: Alcohol leads to more severe injuries
White Noise Delays Auditory Organization in Brain
Studies Suggest Men Handle Pain Better
Psychologist takes 'flow' into good business
Does a Ring Bring Happiness, or Vice Versa?
Suicide Attempts - The Causes
Don't Have Nightmares. Sleep Well ; Study Into the Causes of Bad Dreams
Is Addiction Just a Matter of Choice?
Stress: Gauging the Boss Factor
Employers Use Psychological Testing As Part Of Hiring Process
British work on new approach to treating war trauma among soldiers
Study: Violent Song Lyrics Foster Aggression
International Mental Health Survey Finds U.S. Has High Rate of Mental Illness, Low Rate of Treatment Compared to Other Countries
Link between attractions of drinking and smoking
Drug Study Promising for Heavy Drinkers
Deep brain stimulation is a promising new treatment
When It Comes to Jealousy, Men and Women May Come From Same Planet After All, Says UC San Diego Psychologist
New research looks inside the brain to catch liars in the act
A Coach for 'Team You'
Scientists Find Manic-Depression Gene
Women's Sexual Arousal Is All-Encompassing
Creative People Remember More Dreams
No Summer Vacation for Stressed Out Women
Study Says Anyone Can Be a Boss
Studies tie sleep disorders to brain chemical imbalance
Homeless face increased death risk
Antidepressant Helps Alleviate Compulsive Shopping Disorder, Stanford Researchers Find
Dealing With Addiction, and What Comes After
Military Probes Suspected Suicides
Depression Not Always a Barrier to Successfully Quitting Smoking
Women Exemplify More Effective Leadership Style, Study Finds
Adult ADHD Comes to the Attention of the Medical World
In times like these, depressive disorders are a danger
Addiction to Painkillers Hard to Overcome
New method to screen for Down's syndrome
Diagnosis of Mental Illness Hinges on Doctor As Much As Symptoms
Jail Home to Too Many Mentally Ill
Army's Suicide Rate in Iraq Said Higher
Scientists Study How to Keep Brain Awake
Despite Company Efforts, Employees with Depression View Illness as Roadblock to Career Success-New Research Shows Proactive Programs and Effective Treatment Can Significantly Improve Productivity
Alcohol use linked to smoking addiction
HSCN: Working to Bring People Together

Seniors

Alcohol and Aging
Depression in Seniors
Why Does Elder Abuse Occur and Who are the Perpetrators?
Folic Acid a Key Factor in Alzheimer's Disease Prevention
Psychosis with Alzheimer's may run in families
Therapy Coverage of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients
Re-implanted stem cells tackle Parkinson's
Aging not a disease, doctors say
HHS Awards New Native American Grants for Tribal Elders and Caregivers
Study finds mildly depressed women live longer
Cardiovascular disease leads to higher risk of dementia
How the brain responds to antidepressants
SUPPORTIVE SPOUSE, FAMILY, FRIENDS CONTRIBUTE TO 'SUCCESSFUL AGING'
Many Elderly Lack Info About Their Prescribed Meds
Study Considers Depressed Older People Who Need Help But Aren’t Sick Enough for Traditional Mental Care Facilities
Hobbies, socializing may help ward off dementia
Eccentric people more extreme as they age
Research Into Prostate Patient Distress Urged
Bingo "Boosts the Brain"
Survey Shows Two-thirds of Europeans, North Americans Still Associate Dementia with 'Aging Process'
University Of Washington Developing Artificial Intelligence Caretakers For Alzheimer's Sufferers
Elderly Patients Not Likely To Recover
Elders' Loss of Independence Costs Thousands a Year
NEGATIVE STEREOTYPES ABOUT AGING MAY SHORTEN YOUR LIFE BY AFFECTING WILL TO LIVE
Study: After 60, stress eases - even for women
Men Less Stressed Than Women ; Both Sexes Find Fewer Worries After Turning 60
Rutgers Researcher Finds Brain Connections May Reorganize In Parkinson's Disease
Mental health workers prepare for Sept 11th 'reaction'
Life expectancy reached a record high of 76.9 years. Gaps between blacks and whites, men and women narrowing, report says
White And Black Grandmothers Have Different Responses To Raising Grandchildren
Right Side Of Brain Learns Language Skills After Stroke
Stress hormone linked to memory, study says
Infection linked to Alzheimer's disease
Beer, Wine May Influence Dementia Risk
Report: Nursing Homes Kill Thousands
Memory Training May Help Some Alzheimer's Patients in the Early Stages of the Disease
Eating Fish Cuts Risk Of Dementia
Brains of elderly can compensate to remain sharp, study indicates
Global Study of Self-Esteem Yields Surprises
Older adults benefit from cognitive training
Alzheimer's: Deadly In Many Ways
Team Treatment Helps Elderly Depression
Locator helps ease worry about elderly
New guide’s aim is to help prevent elder abuse
'Regrets? I've had a few ...'
Memory Tests Predict Dementia
3-D images show how Alzheimer's engulfs brain
Getting Old Doesn't Mean Getting Dull
Four Groups of New Yorkers Still Suffer Stress After 9/11
Loss of mental, functional abilities not foregone conclusion for those in their 90s
Not Enough Adult Care Centers to Go Around
Americans muster strength to fight fear
Hope for early Alzheimer's detection
People With Religious Beliefs Are More Affected by Grief, Research Shows
Suicide rates among senior citizens highest in nation
Antidepressants Linked to Decrease in Suicides
Hormone Therapy Doubles Risk of Dementia
Quick checklist accurately predicts onset of Alzheimer disease
Weight May Affect Female Alzheimer's Risk
FDA Approves Drug for Treating Moderate to Severe Alzheimer's
A New Generation Gap
Life in the Age of Old, Old Age

Legislation & Funding

HHS to Propose Increased Funding to Narrow Drug Treatment Gap
Developing and Writing Grant Proposals-Part One
Legislation Greatly Strengthens Educational Rights and Opportunities for Homeless Children
States Continue to Meet Welfare Reform's Work Participation Rules
President's Budget to Include Education Aid for Foster Children
HHS Awards $579 Million to Help People with HIV/AIDS in Major Urban Areas
NIAAA Steps Up Search for Brain Mechanisms of Alcohol Abuse, Alcoholism
What do crises mean for giving?
HHS makes $140 million in emergency funds available to health care organizations that suffered losses from Sept. 11 attacks
Terrorist Attacks, War Effort Spur CFC Giving
Salary Survey: Salaries Mostly Staying Put
Mental Health Parity Is a Civil Rights Issue
Bush Endorses Improved Mental Health Benefits
SECRETARY CALLS ON HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS TO GIVE TIME
Do Not Call Registry Could Hurt Charities
The wrong names can sink a charity's mailing program
$8 Million Available to Prevent Club Drug and Inhalant Abuse
Site rates charities on finances, lets donors compare evaluate stability
STUDY SHOWS POSITIVE RESULTS FROM EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM
Government Annual "Seal of Approval" Awarded to 25 Prevention Programs
Software to track impact
HHS ANNOUNCES "URBAN PARTNERSHIPS" INITIATIVE
Nonprofits need to do better job recruiting directors, report says.
State tries to mend mental-health care
Behavioral Health Care Occupancy Is Highest in 5 Years
Faith fuels charity
Fundraisers more upbeat. Philanthropy index says climate for charity improving.
Bush Pushes for Adoption
Woes magnify charity's promise
MARTINEZ OUTLINES BUSH ADMINISTRATION STRATEGY TO COMBAT CHRONIC HOMELESSNESS
NMHA Issues Challenge to President's Mental Health Commission
Donating Wasn't As Easy As M1-2-3
Studies Find That While Patients in Federal Programs Are Mostly Minorities, Those Groups Still Face Barriers to Accessing HIV/AIDS Care
HHS AWARDS NEARLY $10 MILLION TO PLAN, EXPAND
NCD Creates New Listserv for Disability-Related Information
Panel Seeks New Standards on Involuntary Commitment
NIH Awards Grants for Two New Autism Research Centers
Report: Mental Health System Lacking
Congress Jumps Into Ritalin Fray
HHS Awards $33.9 Million For Substance Abuse Treatment in HIV/AIDS Minority Communities
1.75 Million Awarded to Integrate Substance Abuse Treatment into Public Health for American Indian and Alaska Native Populations
Finding ways to cut liabilities
Mental Health Bill Languishing
Mental health cuts will take human toll, Maine protesters say
Mental Health System 'Dysfunctional': Panel
Poll numbers in support of softer drug laws are trending up
CDC Funds Nine State Coalitions To Address Domestic Violence Prevention
CCHR Testifies Before Presidential Commission On Safety Of Children Under Psychiatric Care
Report: N.Y. Patients Sent Elsewhere
Mental health parity extended another year
On 'Self Sufficient People' plank, results are mixed, MN
Court hearing to allow homeless to clear record, get fresh start
Landmark study sheds light on schizophrenia
Report to Congress: Treating Addicts' Mental Illness First
Non-profit groups are finding innovative ways to stretch the tight dollars
Bush Order Makes Federal Grants Accessible to Religious Charities
Different non-profits have different hopes for 2003
Women of color on rise
New Massachusetts Drug Copay May Pose Special Risk for Mentally Ill
Fundraising How to Have a Good Year in Tough Times
Religious' Drug Treatment Plan Irks Some
Bush Seeks to Recast Federal Ties to the Poor
HUD LAUNCHES EDUCATION AND OUTREACH PROGRAM TO CREATE MORE BARRIER-FREE HOUSING
Domenici Makes Push for Mental-Health Coverage
Psychologists Recognize Rep. Patrick Kennedy For Leadership on Mental Health Policy
House Passes Anti-Child Abuse Legislation
National Child Abuse Prevention Month, 2003
HHS Releases Comprehensive Plan To End Chronic Homelessness
Fight stress of war, surgeon general says
HHS consolidation surfaces at Senate health care hearing
Law Tightens Privacy of Medical Records
More States Cut Aid for Child Care
Bush signs bill to help fight AIDS
Bill to Help With Mental Impact of Terror
Senate Committee Gives Drug Plan Quick OK
Researchers Blame Suburban Sprawl for U.S. Obesity
Measure Calls for Wider Access to Federally Financed Research
Divorce: From Bad to Worse
America's Mental Health Care System 'Beyond Repair'
Prison Report: Mentally Ill Face Neglect
FDA Warns of Possible Drug-Suicide Link
Revelations by The Denver Post about children left in dangerous homes despite repeated warnings actually show the failure of Colorado's "take-the-child-and-run" approach to child welfare, according to a national non-profit child advocacy organization.
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