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News Category: Esme Fuller-Thomson

CTV News interviewed Esme Fuller-Thomson about her research on women with ADHD

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Women with ADHD are less likely to be diagnosed and treated, which can have serious consequences. CTV […]

New research by Esme Fuller-Thomson finds that half of adults with ADHD have had a substance use disorder

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Alcohol use disorder is most common among adults aged 20-39 with ADHD, followed by cannabis use disorder […]

Study led by Esme Fuller-Thomson finds that one in four women with ADHD has attempted suicide

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Women with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are eight times more likely to attempt suicide, while men with […]

New research finds parents who struggled with substance dependence, intimate partner violence & mental illness were more likely to have been victims of childhood sexual abuse

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New research led by Professor Esme Fuller-Thomson has found that adults whose parents struggled with substance dependence, intimate […]

Ageism has allowed us to ignore problems in long term care homes, Professor Esme Fuller-Thompson tells CBC Radio

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Professor Esme Fuller-Thomson was on CBC Radio programs across the country on May 28 to talk about […]

News release: Nutrition a key ingredient for psychological health in Canadian adults

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Chronic pain, physical illness, poverty and immigrant status were also found to be strongly associated with psychological […]

Esme Fuller-Thomson’s study on recovering from anxiety receives international coverage

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A recent study led by Professor Esme Fuller-Thomson was profiled by Re:Set, U.S. News, and a variety of […]

News Release: Some surprisingly good news about anxiety

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Recovery rates are high: A recent study finds seven in ten Canadians with a history of generalized […]

The Times of London covers Professor Esme Fuller-Thomson’s hypothesis linking lead exposure and dementia

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Professor Esme Fuller-Thomson speculates that declining dementia rates may be a result of generational differences in lifetime […]

News Release: Could some people with schizophrenia in the developing world simply have a treatable vitamin deficiency?

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Four unsolved mysteries around schizophrenia have long plagued the medical community, but a new hypothesis identifying a […]