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Anxiety and depression increase risk of surgical wound complications

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Opioid dependence: positive long-term outcomes with ED buprenorphine continued in primary care

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Breast cancer: cognitive impairment affects 8% in first year

A prospective study of women with early breast cancer.

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Psychosis may be improved by vitamin/mineral supplements

Vitamin and mineral supplements could act by restoring nutritional deficits, reducing oxidative stress, or altering neurological pathways.

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Visual impairments and eye disease may go unnoticed in dementia patients in care facilities

And may be avoidable with regular checkups.

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Vitamin D may not protect patients from developing dementia

Results of an 18-y study.

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Which personality changes are a result of dementia?

The relationship between dementia, CSF biomarkers, and personality.

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MRI technique to predict cognitive impairment in older depressed patients

Pay attention to the right ventral diencephalon, among other structures.

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Atopic dermatitis patients likelier to develop osteoporosis

A strong, corticosteroid-independent association showed up in this large population-based study.

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Girls with overweight/obesity who misperceive weight have better BP as adults

The results fit with a trend to associating weight misperception with better health outcomes.

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Postpartum depression rates appear to be falling

The researchers attribute the improvement to better awareness and diagnosis of PDS.

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Strengths and weaknesses of the MoCA for frontotemporal dementias

Researchers found it out-performed standard assessments in some areas, but was lacking in others.

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Hysterectomy, regardless of oophorectomy or hormone replacement, increases risk of depressive symptoms

Risk increased even years after surgery.

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Telemedicine plus online coping-skills training for knee osteoarthritis

Pain and function improved after interactive online interventions.

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Screening returning soldiers is a “waste”
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Screening returning soldiers is a “waste”

Screening soldiers for mental disorders after they return from battle is a waste of money, a large randomised controlled trial (RCT) has shown.1

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Dementia: Monthly Essentials February 2017
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Dementia: Monthly Essentials February 2017

Albuminuria and dementia | Antidepressants and dementia risk | Managing BPSD

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