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Almost fifty % of women on parole or probation experience mental illness A fresh report released at the DRUG ABUSE and Mental Health Services Administration Advisory Committee for Women’s Services getting together with shows that women aged 18 to 49 on probation or parole are nearly twice as more likely to experience mental illness as various other women. The study, conducted by SAMHSA, showed that almost half of women in this age group range who was simply on probation and more than half on parole in the past year had experienced some form of mental illness – – compared to 27.5 % of women who had not been on probation or parole. Related StoriesDeaths from avoidable risk elements: an interview with Dr Ali Mokdad, IHMESupporting people who have macular degeneration: an interview with Dennis Lewis, AMD Alliance InternationalDISC-1: schizophrenia's Rosetta Stone gene? An interview with Professor Kevin Fox This report highlights the real need for providing better behavioral health care for females emerging from the criminal justice program, said SAMHSA Administrator Pamela S.The effective advancement of AV-203 in to the clinic and the identification of a potential biomarker of AV-203 response provide additional validation of the advantages of our proprietary Human Response Platform. .. Albert C. Lo, M.D., Ph.D., Peter D. Guarino, M.P.H., Ph.D., Lorie G. Richards, Ph.D., Jodie K. Haselkorn, M.D., M.P.H., George F. Wittenberg, M.D., Ph.D., Daniel G. Federman, M.D., Robert J. Ringer, Pharm.D., Todd H. Wagner, Ph.D., Hermano I. Krebs, Ph.D., Bruce T. Volpe, M.D., Christopher T. Bever, Jr., M.D., M.B.A., M Dawn. Bravata, M.D., Pamela W. Duncan, Ph.D., Barbara H. Corn, Ph.D., Alysia D. Maffucci, J.D., Stephen E. Nadeau, M.D., Susan S. Conroy, D.Sc., P.T., Janet M. Powell, Ph.D., Grant D. Huang, Ph.D., and Peter Peduzzi, Ph.D. Keller Chronic Pain Research Plan to award $150,000 for eligible members The American Pain Culture announced today it is accepting applications for research grants from the newly established Sharon S.