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Alcohol and Substance Abuse

Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellows have written, produced, and published works related to mental illnesses and reducing stigma. Relevant articles and projects completed both during and after each journalist's fellowship year may be found within the archives.

1 Jan 2006
Hard Science, Hard Choices

An excerpt from the book Hard Science, Hard Choices: Facts, Ethics, and Policies Guiding Brain Science Today.

31 May 2005
Smoking, Alcohol Pose Unique Risks for Teens
Drinking and smoking may pose more unique hazards for teenagers than the usual health and addiction risks. Throughout adolescence, the brain undergoes major remodeling, and new evidence suggests that alcohol and cigarettes may have an especially damaging effect on those developing brains.

26 Apr 2005
He's too honest for his good
Ron Troche is out of jail. But it's almost like he's still doing time.

23 Feb 2005
A silent problem (Part Three of Four Parts)
The last two installments of Bienestar have presented the story of Romana Guevara and her son Ramiro Guevara in their quest to get appropriate mental health services.

7 Dec 2004
Bailing out on the vulnerable
It began when a father told the story of his drug-addicted daughter.

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