Most Recent Articles by Batya Swift Yasgur, MA, LMSW
For patients with comorbid depression and TBI, NILT is effective in bringing remission.
Patients suffering from postherpetic nearalgia found relief taking gabapentin.
Poor adherence to antipsychotic treatment in schizophrenia may be attributable to socially negative representations of schizophrenia.
Nearly 80% of depressive symptoms occur within the first 6 months after TBI.
There has been a lack of research on the association between anxiety and dementia.
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- Language Deficits and EEG Changes Predict Conversion From MCI to Alzheimer Disease
- Sex Differences in Parkinson Disease: Implications for Diagnosis, Treatment
- Understanding Poststroke Depression: Risk Factors and Treatment
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- Growth in Health Care Spending Slowed in 2016
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