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When Treating Depression, Entire Family Called On
The 'Baby Boomer' generation came of age in the 1960's, an era defined by 'sex, drugs and rock and roll'. Those days have long past, but new research suggests the boomers are still facing higher than normal rates of drug use. Peter Delany, from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, discusses the new data and what it tells us about boomers. And offering a personal perspective, Juan Harris, Program Director for the Hanley Center for Older Adult Recovery, and Rod Dash, a graduate of the program.
Report: Many Baby Boomers Addicted To Drugs
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Putting Puppies Behind Bars? (No, It's A Good Thing!)
Midlife Cholesterol Linked To Dementia
Study: Your Brain Thinks Money Is A Drug
How Aging Changes Sleep Patterns
Parents Of Stillborn Babies Find Joy In Grief
Gauging Risks, Benefits of Prozac in Teens
Overcoming Fear of Flying
Texas Mental Health Plan Could Omit Thousands
U.S. Troops Suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress after Iraq