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The event, held last week in Washington, D.C., served as a state of the union for behavioral healthcare, drawing attention to the largest issues facing the field.
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I am disappointed that the Catholic Church is clinging to antiquated ideas of behavioral health disorders being related to moral failings. I read on
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After reading about N.Y. Gov. Eliot Spitzer's plan to tax illegal drugs, I had some questions about his political future (which once seemed bright).
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I'm snowed in today, as we are receiving one of the biggest storms this winter here. Anyhow, today I came across a press release from the Montgomery
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After the House's passage of parity legislation yesterday, we are now so close to having a bill on the President's desk. I hope senators and
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I was surprised to learn that the President's weekly radio address on Sunday discussed substance abuse. I thought I would have heard about this, as
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Today I came across a sad story about an employee of a mental health center stealing patients' money to cover her debts, which she says were related
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Whitby Mental Health Centre in Ontario is encountering a problem I don't often hear—it has too many cats on its
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At the Democratic presidential debate in Cleveland on Tuesday night, Clinton and Obama spent a lot of time critiquing each other's healthcare plan.
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Computed Radiography (CR) was first introduced in 1982 but was not widely used until the early 1990’s.  CR uses the exact same x-ray sources as
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Hollywood is fascinated with psychiatric hospitals, and I usually am disappointed by how they are portrayed on the silver screen--usually as
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