• Postmenopausal insomnia: CBTI appears to have the edge

    Intervention yielded greatest improvements in fatigue, energy, sleepiness.

  • Antipsychotic therapy and risk of life-threatening medical events

    An umbrella review of 68 observational studies.

  • Being socially active at 60 years could reduce the risk for dementia
    Being socially active at 60 years could reduce the risk for dementia

    Findings from a longitudinal study of UK population.

  • T2DM: dementia risk lower with first-line metformin vs sulfonylureas

    Study finds about 10% relative risk reduction in independent cohorts.

  • Higher phosphatidylcholine intake linked with lower risk of incident dementia
    Higher phosphatidylcholine intake linked with lower risk of incident dementia

    Phosphatidylcholine was also linked with enhanced cognitive performance in a new study.

  • HIV: routine assessments, support help curb excess drinking

    Reduced intake tied to better viral suppression in women living with HIV.

  • Cervical cancer: psychologic distress tied to higher mortality risk

    Distress within 1 year before or after cancer diagnosis increases mortality.

  • Meta-analysis uncovers factors in panic disorder suicide risk

    Clinical management may boost prevention strategies.

  • Primary care continuity helps teenagers transition to adult mental health care

    Study shows lower rates of mental health-related hospitalizations, ED visits.

  • Names of liposomal medicines to be changed in EU to avoid medication errors
    Names of liposomal medicines to be changed in EU to avoid medication errors

    Following reports of serious medication errors, some leading to death, new actions have been agreed to reduce the risk of mix-up between these medicines.

  • Could professional coaching improve physician well-being?
    Could professional coaching improve physician well-being?

    Findings from a new randomised clinical trial involving 88 physicians.

  • Call for membership of European Reference Networks to open soon
    Call for membership of European Reference Networks to open soon

    There are currently 24 ERNs working on a range of issues including bone disorders, childhood cancer and immunodeficiency.

  • Fluoxetine added to CBT offers little benefit for youth depression

    Some hints at potential benefit in older youth or for accompanying anxiety.

  • Dark chocolate tied to lower risk for depression

    Study finds 70% lower odds of depressive symptoms with 24 hours.

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