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Premenstrual syndrome is characterized by physical, cognitive, affective and behavioral symptoms that occur cyclically during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle and resolved quickly at the beginning or within few days after menstruation started. The most severe form is represented by premenstrual dysphoric disorder included in the DSM 5. Over 40% of(More)
UNLABELLED Since 2003, international health regulatory agencies warned about the use of antidepressants in children and adolescents. These warnings were based upon reports from clinical trials in which there was an increased risk of "suicidality" with these drugs. In 2007, this warning was extended to young adults. Given the widespread use of(More)
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