Frank Brown, M.D., wins the race for treasurer, and Anita Everett, M.D., is chosen trustee-at-large.
Parks, museums, walking tours, historic buildings—there’s plenty to see and do in New York City without spending a cent.
The four papers published in the American Journal of Psychiatry that are the symposium’s focus describe new research that could significantly improve aspects of clinical practice.
New York’s high-end dining palaces don’t fail to wow the dedicated food lover and are worth a splurge, but less-expensive and just as adventurous spots beckon as well.
Restored multifamily dwellings depict life in the tenements when it is believed New York’s Lower East Side was the most densely populated location in the world.
A poem called “Tomorrow,” a stained glass window called “The Kiss,” and a photo of tango dancers were three of the works of art that earned top prizes at past APA Art Association exhibits.
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