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New Users of Antipsychotic Medications Among Children Enrolled in TennCare The use of antipsychotics in children and adolescents is controversial. The advent of newer atypical antipsychotics with a lower risk of adverse effects has opened the possibility of more frequent use of them in children...
One in 10 children in the United States suffers from mental health problems that affect their lives. The surgeon general has specifically called on pediatricians to improve screening and referral for child mental illness.1 In response to this national call, numerous studies have examined mental...
Children bring both delight and problems to their caretakers. Their medical problems may be somatic, psychological, or both. Physicians concerned with child and adolescent populations share the goal of fostering optimum development and functioning. With that end in mind, Child and Adolescent...
It is one of the oldest themes in Western art: a mother and child, posed formally, facing the viewer. In many such paintings, the mother is the Virgin Mary and the child is the baby Jesus. But even in religious treatments of the subject, artists had no way of knowing what Mary and Jesus really...
Drs Alan Kazdin of the Yale Child Study Center, New Haven, Conn, and John Weisz of the University of California at Los Angeles have compiled a practical resource outlining evidence-based treatments for childhood disorders. Chapters written by expert psychotherapy researchers on a wide range of...
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