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Research, Services & Treatment
National Institute of Mental Health

What is NIMH?
The National Institute on Mental Health is the lead Federal agency for research on mental and behavioral disorders. Its mission is to reduce the burden of mental illness and behavioral disorders through research on mind, brain, and behavior. Their site includes up-to-date reports concerning child and adolescent mental health.

Scientists Can Predict Psychotic Illness in up to 80 Percent of High-Risk Youth

Brain Matures a Few Years Late in ADHD, But Follows Normal Pattern

Family Involvement and Focused Intervention May be Key to Helping Teens with Bulimia

Behavioral Therapy Effectively Treats Children with Social Phobia

Depressed Adolescents Respond Best to Combination Treatment

Improvement Following ADHD Treatment Sustained in Most Children

Benefits of Antidepressants May Outweigh Risks for Kids

Mental Illness Exacts Heavy Toll, Beginning in Youth

Largest-Ever Search for Autism Genes Reveals New Clues



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