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This article provides a brief summary of recent research on early signs of autism, followed by two case examples that highlight these issues.

Editor's Commentary
2/10/2014 12:00 AM
After decades of struggle, mental health parity became the law of the land in October 2008 with the passage of the Paul Wellstone and Pete Domenici Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA). The purpose of the mental health parity legislation was to eliminate discrimination by insurance companies in how they cover mental health and substance use disorders compared to medical and surgical coverage. Mental health professionals, patients, and their families were jubilant at this major civil rights victory, but once the celebrations died down, the realization set in that “the devil’s in the details” (i.e., the actual regulations that determine what the MHPAEA will mean on a day-to-day basis).
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Social media is ever-present in the lives of children and adolescents and impacts the behavioral and mental health of children and adolescents, and as such it is important for parents and caregivers to be aware of the risks and benefits. Better understanding how and why adolescents interact with social media, as well as the associated risks and benefits, can help parents and caregivers engage in productive conversation and create strategies for responsible use.

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