AADT Session Wrap-Up
> 3/24/2008 8:22:16 AM

Doctors Urged to Ask Heart Patients about Cocaine - In the ER, individuals presenting with heart problems should be asked about recent cocaine use so as to avoid incorrect and potentially fatal treatment; so says the American Heart Association.

Teenage Suicides Bewilder an Island, and the Experts - The island town of Nantucket has endured a recent spate of teen suicides, which have brought many mental health experts to their shores; not all of their advice has been welcome.

18% of All Boomers Expected to Develop Alzheimer's - The Baby Boom Generation will officially begin to enter the risk zone for Alzheimer's this year, and a newly released report from the Alzheimer's Association explores some of the implications of this trend.

1 in 5 Undergrads is Constantly Stressed - A joint survey by the Associated Press and MTVu, the network's college-focused wing, has found that stress is severely affecting the lives of many college students.

Monkey Brains Provide Clues to Social Behavior - Duke researchers working with Rhesus monkeys have drawn some conclusions about the way that neural activity in the parietal cortex affects social decision making which they believe may have implications for future autism research.

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