Archives for June, 2012
The risk of breast cancer recurrence related to some SSRI antidepressants interacting with and reducing the effectiveness of tamoxifen was quantified in 2 epidemiological studies.
Rather than striving to halt, delay, or reverse disease progression or provide a cure, the goal of palliative care is to prevent and relieve suffering and to improve quality...
Patients who seek treatment for anxiety disorders often have problems with alcohol or drug abuse and are otherwise at an increased risk for developing such problems.
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- Parent Training Shows Promise for ADHD Treatment in Japan
- Teens with PTSD, Conduct Disorder May Misinterpret Facial Expressions
- Collaborative Care Helps Adults with Depressive Symptoms
- Mindfulness Shows Mixed Results for Older Adults’ Well-Being
- Teen Suicide Attempts Down in States with Same-Sex Marriages
- Genetics + Family Environment Impact Childhood Obesity
As the population of the United States ages, dementia and all its sequelae are becoming an ever-growing challenge for health care systems. In the United States, million people...
In Sybil Exposed,1 author Debbie Nathan evaluates the events presented in the 1973 book Sybil,2 by Flora Rheta Schreiber, about a young woman in treatment for her multiple personalities.