Common bacterial and viral infections may be linked to Alzheimer’s disease, however many physicians are voicing their disagreement.
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Targeted physicians prescribed 400% more controlled substances than their peers.
Researchers have said that literature exists to support the idea that children should be screened as early as possible.
A mouse model of schizophrenia showed a significant decrease in inhibitory CA2 neurons.
Long duration of opioid use associated with new onset depression.
China’s U.N. delegation argued that ketamine poses a health risk when used it is used as a recreational drug, known on the street as “Special K.”
Parkinson’s patients taking a high and lower level of anticholinergic medications showed no difference in cognition.
President Obama has proposed a $500 million investment to improve access to mental health care as part of gun control reform.
Dr. Robert L. Spitzer helped remove homosexuality as a mental disorder.
Children with ADHD had weaker connections between the salience, default mode, and central executive networks.
Younger, female patients were most associated with psychotropic polypharmacy.
The benefits were seen across all spectrums of caffeine consumption.
Results from Biogen’s PRIME study indicated that higher doses were more effective at destroying beta amyloid.
Researchers have begun enrolling 800 patients in a trial to test the accuracy of the PredictND tool.
By 2050, 50% of baby boomers are expected to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
High doses of the SNRI venlafaxine may alleviate depression and chronic pain in older patients.
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