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Swearing closely related to emotional state
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Swearing closely related to emotional state

Study investigated association between emotional arousal and swearing fluency.

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SSRIs: oncolytic and chemosensitising benefits should be exploited in clinical practice

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CHD accelerates cognitive decline in dementia

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CBT can benefit severe depression

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MSF respond to bombing at Nigerian refugee camp

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4 risk factors predict postpartum depression

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Depression improved by adjunct citicoline

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Antidepressants double the risk of hip fracture in patients with Alzheimer’s disease

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Postpartum depression: communication matters

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Vaccines fast-tracked to prevent global epidemics

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Yorkshire CCGs place ban on expensive treatments

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Addenbrooke’s hospital comes out of special measures

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Forecasts suggest NHS will need extra £88bn by 2067

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BMA accuses PM of ‘scapegoating’ GPs for NHS crisis

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Insomnia: paroxetine boosts zolpidem

There is a high association between insomnia and depression.

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Antidepressants to treat cancer? SSRIs show oncolytic and chemosensitizing effects

A review of published evidence suggests that SSRIs combat more than cancer-related depression.

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OECD report criticises pharmaceutical pricing strategies
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OECD report criticises pharmaceutical pricing strategies

Payers must be able to lower or withdraw payment for new therapies that do not live up to expectations in the real world, according to the OECD.

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17-β-oestradiol may be helpful in women with schizophrenic psychoses
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17-β-oestradiol may be helpful in women with schizophrenic psychoses

The role of hormones in schizophrenic psychoses.

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Childhood manifestations of genetic liability of schizophrenia
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Childhood manifestations of genetic liability of schizophrenia

Antecedents to schizophrenia identified.

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Depression-linked cognitive decline countered by modafinil

Nearly half of patients with depression report cognitive symptoms between episodes.

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Insomnia may explain some job burnout

Insomnia may be an important factor in mental health problems experienced at the workplace.

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Schizophrenia: hyperprolactinemia threshold lower in older adults

All antipsychotics currently on the market block the D2/3 receptor, which can lead to hyperprolactinemia.

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CDC: rural Americans at higher risk for death from top 5 causes

Striking gap in health affects 46 million Americans.

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Narcolepsy drug improves cognitive function in patients with depression
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Narcolepsy drug improves cognitive function in patients with depression

The findings offer hope of a treatment for some of the cognitive symptoms of depression.

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Depression and exhaustion equivalent to high cholesterol or obesity for cardiovascular risk prediction
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Depression and exhaustion equivalent to high cholesterol or obesity for cardiovascular risk prediction

CVD mortality risk for depression and exhaustion was 11.2 cases per 1,000 person-years.

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Eating disorders fairly common in midlife
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Eating disorders fairly common in midlife

The prevalence of eating disorders in women in midlife is higher than expected, a study published in BMC Medicine has found, as 3.6% of women in their...

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Practice patterns of primary care providers with older ADHD patients | APSARD
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Practice patterns of primary care providers with older ADHD patients | APSARD

Older ADHD patients have unique diagnostic challenges including missing childhood records and preexisting psychiatric, sleep, heart, pain, or other conditions

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HLD200 for evening administration improves ADHD symptoms and both at-home early morning and evening functional impairment in children with ADHD | APSARD
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HLD200 for evening administration improves ADHD symptoms and both at-home early morning and evening functional impairment in children with ADHD | APSARD

Delays initial release of methylphenidate by approximately 8-10 hours, targeting the onset of clinically meaningful treatment effect upon awakening.

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