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Articles from Clinical Psychiatry News (April 1, 2004)

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Advocacy groups joining forces in psychiatry: groups such as NAMI are working together to advance the conversation on mental illness. Norton, Patrice G.W. 1566
After 1 year, HIPAA privacy rule still raising questions. Brunk, Doug 543
Antiepilepsy meds ease explosive disorder. Sullivan, Michele G. 485
Assess priorities, confidence to change behavior. Finn, Robert 480
Atypicals can ease dementia, but more research is needed. Perlstein, Steve Brief Article 230
Autism-MMR vaccine link gets partial retraction. Moon, Mary Ann 699
Bipolar illness often plagued by comordities, alcohol use. Worcester, Sharon 326
Brain imaging shows early Alzheimer-like changes. Melville, Nancy A. 679
Bridging culture, language gaps improves care. Brunk, Doug 621
Bupropion XL useful for adult ADHD. Sullivan, Michele G. 449
Buyer beware. Brief Article 145
Buying nicotine replacement products. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 174
Children feel distress over skin ills. Kubetin, Sally Koch Brief Article 279
Clinic-based intervention helps poor Latino children. Evans, Jeff 327
Clinical capsules. Evans, Jeff 704
Cloning breakthrough reignites political debate. Schneider, Mary Ellen 599
Clues to asthma's severity rest in bedtime symptoms. Wood, Debra 617
Comorbidities are common with migraine: consider eating disorders, IBS, and mood disorders when treating women who complain of headaches. MacReady, Norra 700
Correction. Correction Notice 92
Cortisol may mediate effect of depression on osteoporosis. Wachter, Kerri 414
Counsel parents to stop smoking. Weitzman, Michael 533
Counseling fails to increase rate of smoking cessation in bupropion users. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 298
CV risks may presage dementia in healthy elderly. Kubetin, Sally Koch 411
Data missing on Depression tx during, after pregnancy. Melville, Nancy A. 753
Data sparse on rx to boost antidepressants. Sherman, Carl 498
Data watch. Brief Article 112
Dementia patients get feeding tubes instead of palliation. Moon, Mary Ann 635
Depression and subclinical atherosclerosis linked in women. Worcester, Sharon 343
Depression may raise risk of sudden cardiac death by 50%. Finn, Robert 283
Depression trumps high CRP level in cardiac risk. Tucker, Miriam E. 838
Desire to 'come clean' can deter patients from useful medications. Melville, Nancy A. 352
Evidence-based psychiatric medicine: gabapentin and bipolar disorder. Leard-Hansson, Jan; Guttmacher, Laurence 1107
Fast food and weight. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 117
FDA experts vote in favor of OTC sale of Plan B. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 1056
FDA moves to minimize risks tied to mad cow disease. Splete, Heidi 649
FDA wants new warnings on 10 antidepressants: agency cites suicidality, worsening depression risks in children--and adults. Sullivan, Michele G. 1024
For acute migraine, stratified care is good Tx strategy. Finn, Robert 497
Fragile X gaze aversion. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 155
Guest editorial: dealing with complications. Vogelzang, Robert L. 464
Handheld computer may help smoking cessation. Frieden, Joyce 305
Hardship a part of life. Hayes, David M. Letter to the Editor 189
Headache is rarely the only major symptom of sinusitis. 503
Headache Tx is a challenge in pregnancy, postpartum period. Melville, Nancy A. 657
Higher mortality seen in olanzapine-treated elderly. Franklin, Deeanna 606
Hispanics with metabolic syndrome have more strokes. Brunk, Doug 343
History is key to migraine-related dizziness Dx. Melville, Nancy A. Brief Article 255
HIV patients with PTSD: more distress. Perlstein, Steve 462
Holding in anger exacerbates headache disability. Mahoney, Diana 569
Homeless respite care may cut risk of hospital readmission. Walsh, Nancy 955
Implicit memory affects parent-child attachment. Boschert, Sherry 643
Insurance industry still wary of Concierge Physicians. Schneider, Mary Ellen 717
Internet lawsuit site shuttered. Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 115
Intervention proves key to preventing suicidal ideation. Wachter, Kerri 687
Late-life bipolar disorder is treated without specific guidelines or evidence. Evans, Jeff 751
Late-onset depression may flag later dementia. Sullivan, Michele G. 370
Lithium raises older patients' car crash risk. Evans, Jeff Brief Article 127
Lupus 10-year survival now 93%; malignancies seen. Walsh, Nancy 345
Make headache screening part of fibromyalgia work-up. Macready, Norra 516
Malpractice rates higher but still low in psychiatry. Melville, Nancy A. 901
Maternal binge drinking tied to childhood problems: risk of behavior problems is 2.5 times higher for bingers' babies than for those exposed to less. Sullivan, Michele G. 587
MedPAC proposes increase in Medicare payment in 2005. Silverman, Jennifer 433
Merged health insurance lobby unveils a new name. Schneider, Mary Ellen 484
Metabolic syndrome may double risk of stroke in older adults. Brunk, Doug 357
Migraine Meds and SSRIs: is the serotonin syndrome risk high? Macready, Norra 339
Mild Alzheimer's disease may respond well to galantamine. Franklin, Deeanna 474
Milnacipran looks promising for fibromyalgia. Walsh, Nancy 326
Monitor pregnant bipolar patients carefully. Melville, Nancy A. 802
Monitor subsyndromal depression in elderly. Wachter, Kerri 646
More on patients who rage. Bernstein, Anne Elayne Letter to the Editor 201
Myths surrounding suicides continue to persist despite facts. Franklin, Deeanna 945
New drug AIDS weight loss, smoking cessation. Zoler, Mitchel L. 870
Nicotine patch depends on genetics for effect--in women. Kubetin, Sally Koch 491
Nicotine replacement Tx gets boost from brochure. Frieden, Joyce 519
No relief in spine stimulation after failed back surgery. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 265
Nonpain symptoms signal migraine for some. Norton, Patrice G.W. 359
Obstructive sleep apnea may increase risk of stroke twofold. Brunk, Doug 336
OFC best for some bipolar depression. McNamara, Damian 426
Older bipolar patients: more comorbidities. Evans, Jeff 802
Once-daily methylphenidate, driving. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 154
Panel reassesses water, electrolyte requirements: hydration needs can be met through a variety of sources in addition to drinking just water. Norton, Patrice G.W. 817
Patients offered opportunity to influence politics. Silverman, Jennifer 762
Pediatric bipolarity: combine lithium, divalproex. Walsh, Nancy 563
PGY-2 spots on decline for psychiatry. Silverman, Jennifer 651
Physician-authors claim 'culture of blame' perpetuates medical errors. Macneil, Jane Salodof 1348
Physicians and patients don't trust clinical trials. Silverman, Jennifer 596
Practical psychopharmacology: cognitive deficits and schizophrenia. Sherman, Carl 979
President's Council on Bioethics may ponder end-of-life issues. Frieden, Joyce 465
Preventive regimens may spare patients the misery of migraines. Macready, Norra 337
Proposals for DSM-V need high evidence threshold: diagnostic research conferences planned. McNamara, Damian 1097
Psychiatric comorbidity tied to skin diseases underestimated. Novick, Lucy Brief Article 282
Psychometrics: a valuable tool. Menaster, Michael 791
PTSD findings may pinpoint specific tx. Melville, Nancy A. 729
PTSD prevalence in some female veterans at 22%. Kubetin, Sally Koch 892
Public Citizen sues over Serzone. Brief Article 186
Public should know OTC analgesics' risks. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 798
Questions raised about late-life depression. Wachter, Kerri 554
Rage and dementia. Bienenfeld, David Letter to the Editor 301
Reap the benefits of online exchanges with patients. Frieden, Joyce 407
Research costs cited in drug reimportation debate. Bates, Betsy 916
Restricting TV ads for children. Brief Article 145
Seizures starting in left hemisphere lead to worst memory deficits. Sullivan, Michele G. 507
Sen. Clinton eyes EMRs as new key to reform. Goldman, Erik L. 1516
Single payer plan is supported by Mass. physicians. Silverman, Jennifer 570
Single-payer system is not on the horizon in U.S., Shalala predicts. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 273
Sinus headache pattern may be part of migraine spectrum. 535
Smoking drinkers: treat both dx. Frieden, Joyce 897
States continue to reduce, freeze provider payments. Silverman, Jennifer 459
STD counseling may reduce HIV rate. Perlstein, Steve Brief Article 204
STDs: major problem that falls through cracks. Evans, Jeff 1016
Strategy aims to slow tempo of the atopic march in early childhood. Bates, Betsy 559
Stressful events increase risk of relapse of ulcerative colitis. Worcester, Sharon 267
Stroke risk factors linked to cognitive decline. Brunk, Doug 490
Substance abuse treatment vouchers. Brief Article 116
Switching rx may reduce hyperprolactinemia. MacReady, Norra 646
Tailor bipolar relapse management to each patient. Sherman, Carl 590
Talking before sex may keep men HIV negative. Mulcahy, Nicholas 637
Teen parents and welfare. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 113
TeenScreen flags adolescents at risk of suicide. Perlstein, Steve 990
Tension headaches: a therapeutic challenge. MacReady, Norra 402
Testosterone Tx trial needed in face of rising use. Evans, Jeff 598
Texas depresses Zyprexa. Brief Article 138
The 'tricky intimacy' of psychoanalysis. Atkinson, Roland 1670
The case of law vs. life. Halpern, Abraham L.; Halpern, John H. Letter to the Editor 544
The challenge of treating ADHD. Fink, Paul J. 1742
The psychiatrist's toolbox: helping patients beat chronic pain--part II. London, Robert T. 927
Tiagabine for diabetic polyneuropathy. Boschert, Sherry Brief Article 184
Tobacco Master Settlement had limited impact: new special report says some public health good has been accomplished, but it may be vulnerable. Kirn, Timothy F. 925
Tx of patients with OCD should remain fluid. Sherman, Carl 620
Venlafaxine and panic disorder. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 215
Visionary Art: the art of Veronica Benning. Franklin, Deeanna 1265
Weigh side effect profiles in prescribing atypicals. Sherman, Carl 578
Women aged 55 and older face higher lifetime risk of stroke. Brunk, Doug 467

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