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Updated depressive model targets patients with prescription opioid use disorder

December 13, 2019
An updated version of an established model for major depressive disorder offers a “useful foundation” toward a comprehensive…

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Therapeutic model for youth suicide prevention 'first step' toward short-term intervention

December 13, 2019
A new therapeutic model may be an alternative to lengthy hospital stays for adolescents who are acutely suicidal, according to study results…

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People with depression twice as likely to use cannabis

December 12, 2019
Individuals with depression were more than twice as likely to use cannabis than those without depression, according to study findings published in…

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ADHD, autism and 6 psychiatric disorders share common genetic structure

December 12, 2019
Researchers have identified eight psychiatric disorders that share a common genetic structure, according to study results published in Cell.

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MSM, transgender women who use methamphetamine may benefit from mirtazapine

December 11, 2019
Mirtazapine combined with substance use counseling may reduce methamphetamine use and certain HIV risk behaviors among cisgender men and transgender…

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Patients with psychosis may experience significant cognitive decline with age

December 11, 2019
Cognitive performance declined over the two decades following first hospitalization for patients with psychotic disorders, according to study results…

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Perceived meaning in life associated with better health outcomes

December 10, 2019
The presence of and search for meaning in life may impact health and well-being, with a significant difference in this association for adults younger…

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Studies provide insight into 'loneliness epidemic' among older adults

December 10, 2019
A pair of studies published in Psychology and Aging found that among older Americans, claims of a “loneliness epidemic” reflect the…

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Risk-tolerant patients with opioid use disorder more likely to relapse

December 9, 2019
Computational markers have revealed that patients in treatment for opioid addiction are more likely to relapse when they develop greater tolerance to…

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DNA testing may predict ASD in siblings of individuals with the disorder

December 9, 2019
DNA testing of siblings of individuals with autism spectrum disorder may help predict a future diagnosis, according to findings published in Nature

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Alzheimer's incidence varies significantly by location

December 6, 2019
Research published in Journal of the American Geriatrics Society highlighted significant geographic variation in the incidence of Alzheimer’s…

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Young children exposed to nicotine may develop hyperactivity, conduct problems

December 6, 2019
Children who are exposed to nicotine during their first four years of life exhibited symptoms of hyperactivity and conduct problems, according to a…

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Social media use associated with disordered eating among young adolescents

December 5, 2019
Researchers have reported a “clear pattern of association” between social media use and disordered eating thoughts and behaviors…

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Antidepressant maintenance, not CBT, associated with reduced depressive recurrence risk

December 5, 2019
Patients with chronic or recurrent major depressive disorder who recovered using antidepressants alone or combined with cognitive behavioral therapy…

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Discontinuing buprenorphine results in adverse outcomes

December 4, 2019
Risk for overdose and acute care service use were significant following buprenorphine discontinuation regardless of treatment duration, according to…

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Depressive symptoms common, linked to dietary non-adherence in patients on hemodialysis

December 4, 2019
Researchers of a published study found a high prevalence of both depressive symptoms and dietary non-adherence in patients on hemodialysis and…

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E-cigarette users prone to depression

December 4, 2019
People who use electronic cigarettes were more likely to report a history of clinically diagnosed depression than nonusers, according to results of a…

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Ketamine infusion may improve alcohol use disorder outcomes

December 3, 2019
A ketamine infusion improved measures of drinking among individuals with alcohol dependence who were engaged in motivational enhancement therapy…

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One in two homeless people has a TBI

December 3, 2019
More than half of people who are homeless or dwell in unstable housing may have experienced a traumatic brain injury, according to results of a…

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Brief CBT cost effective for suicidal Army soldiers

December 2, 2019
Brief cognitive behavioral therapy may be a cost-effective intervention for United States Army soldiers who are at risk for suicide, according to…