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CSC in the News
Overparenting: When Good Intentions Go Too Far, Kids Can Suffer
Dr. Alexander Bazvi talks to MSNBC about dealing with parental anxiety when it comes to "overparenting." (December 4, 2004)
Could Your Child Have ADHD?
Dr. Steven Kurtz offers guidance for All You Magazine (PDF) to parents who wonder if they should worry about their child's behavior. (December 1, 2004)
Rules and Routines: Are We Over-Programming Our Children?
Dr. Richard Gallagher advises parents on Babyzone that keeping kids in too strict of a routine can lead to poor problem-solving skills. (November 1, 2004)
The Problem With Some 'Smart' Toys: (Hint) Use Your Imagination
Dr. Kathleen Kiely Gouley tells The New York Times (PDF) that "smart toys" can make children a passive observer, instead of encouraging them to engage with the world. (October 26, 2004)
Antidepressants Urged to Have Stern Warning
Dr. Harold Koplewicz urges physicians who might back away from prescribing antidepressants to instead keep a closer eye on their patients. "It's not the medicine," he said to the Wall Street Journal (PDF). "It's the way you use the medicine." (September 15, 2004)
ADHD and After-School Activities: Finding the Right Fit
Dr. Steven Kurtz offers tips in WebMD for helping parents find the right after-school activity for children with ADHD. (September 7, 2004)
8 Steps to Tutoring Success
Susan Schwartz, M.A.Ed., advises parents on how to effectively advocate for children experiencing learning difficulties in Scholastic Magazine. (September 1, 2004)
Back to School With ADHD
Dr. Steven Kurtz talks to WebMD about helping parents of children with ADHD can ease the back-to-school transistion. (August 2, 2004)
Iraq War: What Can We Tell Young Children?
Dr. Anita Gurian advises parents on how to talk to their kids about war on WebMD. (June 29, 2004)
Fund-raisers Break Records
News & Views (PDF), the publication for the NYU Medical Community, covered the December 3, 2003 Annual Child Study Center Gala, which raised a record-breaking $3.2 million. (Spring 2004) (May 31, 2004)
International Perspectives on Autism Presented at NYU Child Study Center
Education Update (PDF) reported on a symposium, led by Dr. Harold Koplewicz and moderated by Dr. F. Xavier Castellanos, which gathered world-wide autism experts at the NYU Child Study Center. (May 1, 2004)
Childhood Depression: What It Looks Like, What To Do
Dr. Harold Koplewicz spoke to WebMD about depression and anxiety in children and adolescents. (April 14, 2004)
Depression Drugs' Risks to Kids Kept Secret
Dr. Glenn Hirsch spoke to WebMD about safety issues surrounding antidepressants and kids, specifically SSRIs. (April 13, 2004)
A Summer of Fun for Children with ADHD
Dr. Karen Fleiss spoke about the Summer Program for Kids in a WebMD article featuring camps designed for children with ADHD. (April 12, 2004)
Too Old For Thumb-Sucking
Dr. Kathleen Kieley Gouley described ways to get your child to stop sucking his thumb in an Ask-the-Experts column on MSNBC. (April 5, 2004)