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Addiction News & Policy Update for Week Ending October 15, 2021


Living in Recovery: What Works?

NIH HEAL Initiative research aims to help people stay in recovery long-term

Gen Z's battle with social media addiction

"Our childhoods were stolen," says 21-year-old Rikki Schlott, who has had an Instagram account since she was 11. Recently, Facebook has come under fire for the impact its apps can have on teens and their mental health.

Welcome to Co-Dependents Anonymous, Where Adults Seek Treatment for Addictions to Other People
The 12-step program is designed to help members move on from debilitating relationships

Striving to Meet the Mental Health Needs of Children with Physical Health Conditions
At first, Ethan Martinezes' parents thought his persistent high fever was some kind of temporary virus or infection. The doctor thought so too, and prescribed the 8-year-old antibiotics..

Longitudinal Studies of Children Will Provide Needed Insight about the Developmental Impact of the Pandemic
Last week, the first grant awards were made for the HEALthy Brain and Child Development (HBCD) study, which will recruit a large cohort of pregnant women at 25 centers around the country and follow them and their children from the prenatal period through early childhood.

How Does Footprints for Life Set Your Child Up for...
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