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Participants needed for IU Health / Riley Hospital innovative brain-imaging study aimed at identifying at-risk kids

Participants needed for IU Health / Riley Hospital innovative brain-imaging study aimed at identifying at-risk kids
Click on the thumbnail for a PDF version of the flyer. Please distribute widely! Faculty at the Indiana University School of Medicine and Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health are looking to discover why some children and adolescents are more likely to engage in risky decision-making than others through a uniqueRead more

Please invite my kid with special needs to your kid’s party

Please invite my kid with special needs to your kid’s party
PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO My son Zach bounded off the school bus waving a party invitation as if it were a Golden Ticket to Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. “I’m going to Matthew’s birthday party!” my then-ten-year-old yelled, bouncing around the yard, before he crashed through the door into the house, hollering about what presentRead more

Stop labeling babies as ‘born addicted’ — it stigmatizes them and is inaccurate

Stop labeling babies as ‘born addicted’ — it stigmatizes them and is inaccurate
© Photodisc/Thinkstock On June 12, 2018, the Senate Finance Committee, which has jurisdiction over Medicare and Medicaid, passed the Helping to End Addiction and Lessen (HEAL) Substance Use Disorder Act. As U.S. Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) explains on his web site, this act will be included as part of an opioid-related package of bills thatRead more
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