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There is considerable empirical support for the use of cognitive therapy in the treatment of mild to moderately severe acute major depression. More recent research has focused on the utility of this(More)
  • Jan Scott
  • The British journal of psychiatry : the journal…
  • 1993
In Great Britain 1-2 million people may be homeless. Most homeless people are men, but about 10-25% are women, of whom about half are accompanied by children. Significant mental illness is present in(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Hyperglycemia following acute stroke is strongly associated with subsequent mortality and impaired neurological recovery, but it is unknown whether maintenance of euglycemia in(More)