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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Devon Kearns, 202-224-9578 (Begich) September 18, 2013 Liz Johnson, 202-224-3324 (Ayotte) BEGICH, AYOTTE URGE SENATE LEADERS TO BRING UP BIPARTISAN LEGISLATION TO ADDRESS MENTAL HEALTH Mental Health Awareness and Improvement Act, which includes key … Continue reading
As much as we’d like to think that suicide in children and teens doesn’t exist, it does. According to the CDC, suicide is the third leading cause of death in children ages 10-24. The American Academy of Child and Adolescent … Continue reading
Can eating an unhealthy diet while a woman is pregnant lead to behavior problems when the child is older? To find out, click on the link below. http://alert.psychiatricnews.org/2013/08/poor-diet-can-take-toll-on-childrens.html VS.