Providing Therapy Across Different Cultures

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Caregivers Press For Experimental Alzheimer's Drug

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Drug Rapidly Counters Effects of Alzheimer's In Mice

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Addicts' Brains May Be Wired At Birth For Less Self-Control

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Surprising Depression Treatments Show Promise

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Chris Stephens, 28, who has been battling depression all of his life, plays with his dogs at home in Concord, Calif., on Friday. After a dose of ketamine, Stephens says, "I actually wanted to do things. I wanted to live life." Lianne Milton for NPR hide caption

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'I Wanted To Live': New Depression Drugs Offer Hope For Toughest Cases

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Ketamine has been used as an anesthetic for decades. It's also a widely popular but illegal club drug known as "Special K." When administered in low doses, patients report a rapid reduction in depression symptoms. Huw Golledge/flickr hide caption

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Could A Club Drug Offer 'Almost Immediate' Relief From Depression?

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Stem Cell Eye Therapy Shows Promise

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