Weekly MashUp 2016-11-17T17:25:40+00:00

In-home substance use treatment shows results; SF Young Adult Court calls on Science; Suicide deterrent system to be constructed on GG Bridge

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WMU: Video games may help some kids with attention issues; Kids of incarcerated men have increased health concerns

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By | April 13th, 2017|Categories: The Weekly Mash Up|0 Comments

WMU: New bill bars prosecution of kids under 12; Birth control & depression; Digital mental health communities

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Impact of racism and intergenerational trauma; Supreme Court win for students with disabilities; LGBTQ suicide in Utah

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WMU: DHCS Reviews GOP Healthcare Plan; Opioid Use Declines in Teens; Americans Favor Rehabilitation Over Incarceration

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By | March 23rd, 2017|Categories: The Weekly Mash Up|Tags: |0 Comments

CA provides guidance on TFC; Suicide higher among homeless teens

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