Posts Tagged ‘drugs’

With about 1 in 10 school-aged children now diagnosed with ADHD and with diagnoses and prescriptions for children rising across the board, Dr. Marilyn Wedge is an outlier. In her family

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Bipolar disorder in children was nearly unheard of two decades ago, but recently it has spread like wildfire in the U.S. Our guest, Stuart Kaplan, MD, argues that this rise in

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Singers Amy Winehouse and Whitney Houston both had serious alcohol problems. How do people we admire and care about get swallowed up by addiction? We go straight to the source

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We tackle schizophrenia with some basic research questions: What are the different symptoms of schizophrenia? How is it expressed in the brain? And how do researchers find new insights and

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Psychedelic drugs and marijuana get a bad rap and deserve serious research, says Brad Burge of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). Join us in exploring why these drugs

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Tour the history of antipsychotics, learn how they are combined with therapy in schizophrenia treatment and find out how public services can bring treatment options together. Here to explain all

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Strap on for a tour of Erin Clabough‘s neuroscience work: Huntington’s disease; mouse research; eye damage caused by diabetes; writing medical reports for drug companies; and teaching high school students

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Deby Dihoff gives a thoughtful explanation of NAMI-NC‘s wide-ranging efforts to support individuals with mental illness as well as their families and communities. Topics included the pros and cons of

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