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The need for treating milder forms of depression has recently been of increased interest. This was a randomized, controlled study to evaluate the effects of telephone-based problem-solving therapy for mild depression. Comparison groups were a treatment-as-usual group and another group receiving stress-management training by telephone. From 1,742 family(More)
Entering medical students experience distress symptoms due to the demands of the intensive curriculum, adjustment to new environments and increased responsibilities. The purpose of this controlled, randomized study was to determine the effects of a structured wellness program on measures of anxiety, depression and frequency of acute illness in 449 first(More)
Segmental odontomaxillary dysplasia is a rare disorder that unilaterally affects the maxilla causing facial asymmetry and presenting with hypertrichosis and hypoplastic or missing teeth in the affected area. Lip clefting has only been reported in one other case. We report a case of segmental odontomaxillary dysplasia presenting with hypertrichosis of the(More)
The objective of this research was to determine the effects of wellness programs on quality of life and utilization in an academic family medicine practice in two small controlled studies. One offered stress management and problem solving; the second offered a broader wellness intervention. Outcome measures consisted of scores on the Beck Anxiety Inventory,(More)
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