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Articles from Clinical Psychiatry News (August 1, 2003)

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Add group therapy to drugs for bipolar disorder: relapse prevention a challenge. Boschert, Sherry 338
Advanced dementia not seen as terminal: nursing home residents. Evans, Jeff 300
AIDS vaccine may reduce rate of infection: greater efficacy in nonwhites. Walsh, Nancy 397
Almost 10% of Belgian teens engage in self-harm: survey results. Sullivan, Michele G. 678
Alternatives to meperidine better for seniors: adverse CNS events. Jancin, Bruce 441
Alzheimer's drugs may boost schizophrenia therapy: rivastigmine, galantamine studied. Boschert, Sherry 462
Another reason to quit smoking. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 173
Anticholinergics, Alzheimer's. Evans, Jeff Brief Article 131
Anxiety disorders, depression found in former anorexics: 35 years after presentation. Jancin, Bruce 587
Anxious bipolar patients show suicidal tendencies: ongoing STEP-BD study. Splete, Heidi 327
Assessing suicide: Swedish guidelines released: children, adolescents. Sullivan, Michele G. 495
Beneficial when appropriate. Hsiung, Robert C. Brief Article 258
Better suicide prevention outreach urged for men: novel campaign advocated. Jancin, Bruce 703
Bipolar disorder misdiagnosed in primary care: many don't seek help. Boschert, Sherry 523
Bipolar traits more severe in diabetics: rapid cycling. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 194
Blues' for-profit conversions have not hurt access to health care: uninsured rates steady. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 265
Boost mothers' moods. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 132
Breathing problems in AD. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 167
Bupropion SR helps depressed obese patients: 50-week study. Jancin, Bruce 563
Canada goes to pot. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 151
Clinicians first defense in preparedness: CDC director addresses AMA. Perlstein, Steve 342
Conflict between nurturance, survival seen as a 'psychotoxin': urge patients to taxe action. Lane, Laura 757
Depression tied to increased Ca deaths: antidepressant trials warranted. Jancin, Bruce 565
Depression's economic burden unchanged from 1990 to 2000: cost of suicides plummeted. Jancin, Bruce 346
Device curbs kids' TV viewing: ally in obesity prevention. Jancin, Bruce 605
Diagnostic test for West Nile virus approved: first rapid lab test. Bates, Betsy 539
Diphenhydramine: no rise in risk of hospital falls: benzodiazepines prove problematic. Jancin, Bruce Brief Article 272
Don't rely on DSM-IV criteria for adult ADHD: significant impairment common. MacReady, Norra 552
Drug therapy advocated in binge eating disorder: topiramate, sibutramine promising. Jancin, Bruce 542
Drugs that dull affect may hinder psychoanalysis: patients may miss out. Lane, Laura 462
Early problem drinking. Evans, Jeff Brief Article 153
Eating disorders construct may face tweaking: possibilities for DSM-V. Jancin, Bruce 1227
Effects of prenatal alcohol last into teens: growth deficiencies. Wachter, Kerri Brief Article 231
Expert advice for keeping good office staff: acknowledge stress. Brunk, Doug 619
FDA gets fibromyalgia trial design advice: arthritis advisory panel. Franklin, Deeanna 505
Fear of prosecution leads to pain undertreatment: electronic prescription monitoring. Foley, Kevin 694
Feds easing into HIPAA enforcement gently: compliance update. Perlstein, Steve 602
Few traumatized patients fit PTSD criteria found in DSM: complex histories. Bates, Betsy 554
Fluvoxamine vs. fluoxetine. Evans, Jeff Brief Article 153
For diabetics, drinking tied to mortality drop: up to seven drinks a week. McNamara, Damian 569
Gene discovery links stress to depression: environment, biology intersect. Kirn, Timothy F. 602
Generalized anxiety disorder. Evans, Jeff Brief Article 132
Girl, interrupted. Stone, Alan A. 3051
Great, but it's no panacea. Yager, Joel Brief Article 203
Group CBT may help teens at high risk for depression: focus on changing beliefs. Boschert, Sherry Brief Article 296
Heart attacks and vacations. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 192
Hope for HIPAA compliance. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 137
How healthy are the new 80-hour workweek limits for residents? Sleep deprivation still widespread. Jancin, Bruce 483
IM formulations widen atypical antipsychotic uses: intramuscular ziprasidone, others. Sherman, Carl 501
Informed consent questions. Taylor, Donald H. Letter to the Editor 190
Initial insomnia may hurt depression Tx: ask patients one question. McNamara, Damian 451
Internet use has little impact on care utilization: national survey. Schneider, Mary Ellen Brief Article 240
Interpersonal coping is key early in group Tx: children, adolescents. Sullivan, Michele G. 606
Interpersonal therapy viable option in bulimia: CBT is treatment of choice. Jancin, Bruce 321
It's in the therapy continuum. Powsner, Seth; Fink, Paul J. 1252
Lamotrigine approval for bipolar I hailed as a first: like 'mirror image of lithium'; drug helps prevent depressive episodes. Mechcatie, Elizabeth Product/Service Evaluation 847
Lamotrigine may help some with HIV/AIDS: neuropathic pain. Finn, Robert Brief Article 191
Let's change our mindset. Silverman, Morton M. Editorial 512
Low hemoglobin associated with increased risk of depression in cancer patients: repeated assessments encouraged. Jancin, Bruce Brief Article 277
Maine's universal health care plan could burden physicians: electronic claims required. Silverman, Jennifer 777
MC4R gene may play role in satiety, but data needed: melanocortin-4 receptor. 450
Memantine plus donepezil effective for severe AD: Alzheimer's Disease. Evans, Jeff Brief Article 271
Memory deficits repaired. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 236
Mental health providers need attention, too: lessons from terrorism. Schuster, Larry 1145
Metabolic syndrome increases stroke risk: odds ratio higher for women. Finn, Robert Brief Article 302
Milder asthma doesn't ease parental concerns: death, airway damage among fears. Boschert, Sherry Brief Article 239
Mood effects common in sleep apnea: rival vigilance deficits. Perlstein, Steve Brief Article 246
Mood, anxiety disorders common in epileptics: quality of life impairment. Jancin, Bruce 516
More on wellness and health. Roskes, Erik Letter to the Editor 423
More state Medicaid programs covering tobacco cessation: thirty-six states. Schneider, Mary Ellen Brief Article 220
Most child trauma is caused by chronic terrors: physical abuse is no. 1: most research is in single-incident trauma, but most cases involve ongoing situations. Bates, Betsy 481
Multiple sleep latency test questioned: new protocol suggested. Perlstein, Steve 361
Negative media portrayal of celebrity suicide thwarts copycats: results of comprehensive review. Jancin, Bruce 638
New attitude urged on disease management: seen as time consuming. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 301
New information challenges the set point theory of obesity: weight returns because of inactivity. 374
Night eating syndrome: common, 'neglected': prevalence rises with obesity. Jancin, Bruce 813
Olanzapine more effective against manic relapse: bipolar I disorder study. McNamara, Damian Product/Service Evaluation 588
One-third of patients want spiritual discussion with physician: African Americans made up half of sample. Schneider, Mary Ellen 355
Overlap observed in obesity, eating disorders: specialists urged to join forces. Jancin, Bruce 606
Paperless health care. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 106
Physical ailments hamper patients' reintegration: schizophrenia, mood disorders. Jancin, Bruce 339
Physician groups oppose medicare proposal: cumbersome enrollment procedure. Silverman, Jennifer 769
Polypharmacy among elderly: top five reasons: start with lower doses. MacReady, Norra 569
Practical psychopharmacology: balance risks, benefits in treating behavioral symptoms of dementia. Sherman, Carl 985
Preliminary report aimed at improving depression Tx: response, remission, recovery defined. Boschert, Sherry 623
Protections in clinical trials still called lax: Gelsinger death notwithstanding. Frieden, Joyce 492
Psychiatrists worry about atypicals, diabetes: agents used despite concerns. Schuster, Larry 766
PTSD therapy at VA hospitals raises questions: antipsychotics prescribed at 20% rate. Boschert, Sherry 522
PTSD therapy should help people move on: don't retraumatize. Bates, Betsy 473
Recognize special needs of refugees with PTSD: cross-cultural psychiatry. Bates, Betsy 621
Reflections on Chestnut Lodge. Keats, Christopher J. Editorial 786
Remission rates shown higher with venlafaxine than SSRIs: major depression. Jancin, Bruce Product/Service Evaluation 401
Routine screening strategy needed for ADHD in adults: many cases missed. Jancin, Bruce 407
Screen all sleep apnea patients for long QT syndrome: sudden death risk. Jancin, Bruce 345
Self-cutting may indicate attempt to reach the inaccessible: act represents transformation. Sullivan, Michele G. 604
Sensory-based PTSD therapy may prove more calming than words: alternative coping strategies. Bates, Betsy 682
Separation anxiety. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 128
Should all substance abuse treatment services be required to adhere to licensure standards? Brown, Lawrence S., Jr.; Rowe, Randy 792
Sibutramine effective in major BED domains: binge eating disorder. Jancin, Bruce 558
Social context plays key role in treatment of postwar syndromes: perceptions of risk, responsibility. Lane, Laura 775
Some trauma victims more phone to PTSD: patients who dissociate. Lane, Laura 773
SSRIs can treat depression after traumatic brain injury: off-label use. Jancin, Bruce 406
State legislators cutting health programs reforming malpractice laws--again: medicare, SCHIP. Frieden, Joyce 541
Stress-induced amenorrhea responds to cognitive-behavioral therapy: infertility therapy alternative. Jancin, Bruce 343
Substance-abusing ED patients. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 109
Suit seeks halt to resident Match Day program: fixed slots, fixed pay. Frieden, Joyce 660
Take steps to handle referrals for depression: discuss measures of disease severity. Boschert, Sherry 572
Terror's psychological effects. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 121
Treatment of binge eating. Evans, Jeff Brief Article 158
Trial to test interferon in West Nile virus patients. 386
Try mirtazapine or escitalopram for speedy onset: small data sets cited. Boschert, Sherry 594
Utah's youth suicide prevention program praised: prior contact with juvenile system. Jancin, Bruce 1001

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