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1Could a dose of ketamine prevent psychiatric disorders such as PTSD?Columbia University Medical Center, July 06, 2015
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3Coordinated specialty care early intervention services for schizophrenia show great promise in improving outcomesAmerican Psychiatric Association News, July 03, 2015
4One in 4 people prescribed opioids progressed to longer-term prescriptionsMayo Clinic, July 03, 2015
5Anxiety increases the risk of gastrointestinal infection and long-term complicationsFlanders Institute for Biotechnology (VIB) News, July 03, 2015
6Human brain may contain a map for social navigationThe Mount Sinai Hospital, July 03, 2015
7Recovery from head trauma's psychological after-effectsUW Medicine, July 03, 2015
8Statins linked to lower aggression in men, but higher in womenUC San Diego Health System, July 03, 2015
9Study finds males may contribute to offspring's mental development before pregnancyIndiana University Bloomington Health Sciences News, July 03, 2015
10Simple classroom measures may reduce the impact of ADHDUniversity of Exeter Medical School, July 03, 2015

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Asenapine effective in treating agitation

As reported in Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, treatment of agitation with sublingual asenapine (10 mg) was shown to be effective. Improvement in the PANSS-EC was comparable to the effect of intramuscular anti-psychotics.

Risk factors for suicidal ideations in bipolar disorder

As reported in Bipolar Disorders, the following risk factors were associated with suicidal ideations in patients with bipolar disorder (n=130): grade of severity of current episode (OR=22.601); family history of suicide attempt (OR=18.06); preceding life event (OR=3.797); and past history of suicidal event (OR=3.11).

Elderly depressed patients at increased risk for metabolic syndrome and elevated CRP

As reported in Psychosomatics, of 30 patients with newly diagnosed depression, the risk for metabolic syndrome (OR=4.75 [waist circumference OR=6.00]) and CRP (OR=3.86) was increased.

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