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Child Psychiatry

Tots with ADHD: It's OK to Treat
Dr. Riddle talks about medication for the  very young

TRANSLATIONS: Untying ADHD's Diagnostic Knots
Diagnoses in children often not simple

For Babes in No-Joy Land

Why a new, whole-family approach can make a difference for the smallest patients

Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's: Circulatory Ills GIve It a Push
Could fixing them make the disease less relentless?

Suicide

Closing in on the Suicide Gene
Genetic research focuses on risk factor for suicidal behavior

INSIGHTS: Joseph Beinvenu

Anxiety and Personality: Strangers No More
Dr. Bienvenu studies the relationship between personality traits and
anxiety disorders

PHIPPS FACTS

The MMSE Earns Top Title
Developed over thirty years ago by Hopkins psychiatrists, the paper that launched the 'mini-mental' exam is the most cited in medicine
   

 

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