Time once again for Articles of Note, our (almost) monthly romp through the peer-reviewed literature in search of all things new and/or useful to clinical practice, public policy, and testimony. As you may have noticed, I didn’t make one happen in May, so this month’s combined is pretty lengthy. There’s *a lot* here to work through, but I think it’s worth it. Some familiar faces in the bunch, too. Hope you enjoy.
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