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Can Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Be Prevented
Pilot studies show that preventing PTSD after vulnerable persons are exposed to extreme life-threatening trauma is possible, although we are in the very early stages of knowing exactly what to do.
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Recycling expensive medication: why not?
New (and proposed) advances in packaging, preserving, labeling, and verifying product integrity of individual tablets and capsules may allow for the recycling of certain expensive medicines.Expand
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Risk Versus Benefit of Benzodiazepines
Epidemiological studies report a lifetime prevalence rate of 24.9% for (any) anxiety disorder. Feelings of anxiety can also be related to normal fear of pain, loneliness, ridicule, illness, injury,Expand
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Prescriber intent, off-label usage, and early discontinuation of antidepressants: a retrospective physician survey and data analysis.
BACKGROUND Many patients discontinue antidepressant therapy long before the 6-month minimum duration recommended for the treatment of major depression and many other diagnoses. We explore variousExpand
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Is there a shortage of psychiatrists?
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The professional affiliation group: a new model for managed mental health care.
The model described above indicates that local mental health professionals can join together to design a system that can control costs and improve accessibility, continuity, and, ultimately, qualityExpand
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MOVEMENT DISORDERS AND TARDIVE DYSKINESIA
Antipsychotic Trials of Intervention Effectiveness (CATIE) study, as well as changes in the Medicare program with the introduction of Medicare Part D, are causing physicians to reexamine issuesExpand
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Mental health carve-outs.
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