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WATCHING. Work by Danish artist Niels Bonde entitled "I never had hair on my body or head" is part of "Shutters," an exhibition opening tomorrow in the UB Art Gallery in the Center for the Arts. For details on the exhibition, see story in "Top Stories" column. (Photo: UB Art Gallery)

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Hold off on growth hormone. A UB study counters the prevailing belief that children who are extra short have social adjustment problems and fewer friends than children of average height, challenging one rationale for intervening with human growth-hormone treatment.

The act of watching. "Shutters," an exhibition opening tomorrow in the UB Art Gallery, offers multimedia works that address the act of watching to investigate personal and detached experiences of domestic spaces.

CFA announces 2004-05 season. The Center for the Arts' 10th anniversary season will feature cutting-edge dance companies, compelling theatre, comedy, opera, speakers and music.

Consider therapy before meds. ADHD expert William Pelham, Jr. advises parents of children diagnosed with ADHD to look into behavioral therapy before medication in the treatment of their children.

"Mirrors" to open in Freudenheim Gallery. An exhibition of work by UB faculty member Bruce Jackson based on photo IDs of prisoners in an Arkansas penitentiary will open tomorrow in the Nina Freudenheim Gallery in Buffalo.