Dying For Success

Dying For Success

http://duvallperformingarts.com/events/category/photo-shoot/day/2018-12-04/ by | Aug 6, 2015 | American Dream, autism, college students, Cornell, Einstein, helicopter parents, Ivy Leagues, parents, R.D. Lang, schizophrenia, social media, suicide, The Brady Bunch, Trinity, University of Pennsylvania

 In the “Education Life” section of  The New York Times (8/2/15), author Julie Scelfo described the progress of freshman college students—the super-ambitious, high-achieving, high school students—who spiral into deep depression and sometimes even commit suicide. Who...

HIPAA Flaws and Follies

buy accutane online india by | Jul 18, 2014 | ADHD, Alzheimer's, autism, bipolar, doctors' offices, elder abuse, elderly, Eliott Rodger, health forms, HIPAA, lawmakers, mental illness, privacy laws., schizophrenia, STDs, unwanted pregnancies, young adults

      Who dreamed up a law that prevents parents from access to medical information about their over 18 year-old kids—unless these famously still-adolescent offspring have signed a HIPAA waiver?  I’m betting that in most cases even neurotypical kids want and need...

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