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Having At Least Four Close Relationships Might Curb Mortality Risk for Widowed Older Adults

May 5, 2020

Contact: Atina Manvelian, MA Email: For Release: Immediately The death of a spouse, an experience sure to become increasingly common for the huge…

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Healthier Lifestyle Habits for Kids: A Possible Link with Less ADHD

May 5, 2020

Contact: Paul Veugelers Email: For Release: Immediately About one out of every eight U.S. boys and one in 18 girls has received a…

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Spring 2020 President’s Message

April 10, 2020

Dear APS members, This message is to provide some important updates for APS. Following the unprecedented cancellation of our 2020 annual meeting due to…

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American Psychosomatic Society Annual Meeting

Achieving Health Equity: Opportunities for Psychosomatic Science - Canceled

We regret to inform you that our leadership has made the very difficult decision to cancel the 2020 APS Annual Meeting to be held in Long Beach, California March 11-14 due to the novel coronavirus COVID-19.

For a full statement from APS President Sue Everson-Rose, please click below.

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