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Articles from Clinical Psychiatry News (November 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
A bittersweet look back. Kaufman, Paul Letter to the editor 231
AA and treatment: best together. Frieden, Joyce Clinical report 145
ADHD can arise after head injuries. Splete, Heidi Brief article 125
Adjunctive pharmacotherapy useful for borderline patients. Sherman, Carl 593
Alcoholism TX not a primary care concern. McNamara, Damian Survey 809
Antidepressant 'rookies' are more likely to quit. Brunk, Doug Drug overview 544
Antihypertensive combination may save lives. Zoler, Mitchel L. 958
Apo E [epsilon]4 carriers reduce AD risk via exercise, low fat, less alcohol. Evans, Jeff Brief article 295
Atomoxetine gets black box despite dearth of data: FDA cites increased risk of suicidality. McNamara, Damian 753
Atypical Parkinson's takes heaviest toll on patients. Bates, Betsy Disease/Disorder overview 406
Bad neighborhoods affect caregivers. Foley, Kevin Brief article 176
Bipolarity affects bowel behavior. Splete, Heidi Brief article 148
Bright light therapy also looks promising for primary insomnia. Jancin, Bruce Brief article 298
Can't nap? No coffee? Try coughing. Roberts, Leonard M. Letter to the editor 96
CBT benefits endure for OCD patients. Splete, Heidi Brief article 123
Childhood insomnia TX highly variable. Jancin, Bruce Disease/Disorder overview 570
Clinical methods rival imaging for Alzheimer's diagnosis. Wachter, Kerri 871
Clozapine and black patients. Oyemade, Adegboyega Letter to the editor 434
Cognitive factors predict intensity of pain in vulvar vestibulitis. Mahoney, Diana 430
CPAP may improve cognition in Alzheimer's. Jancin, Bruce Clinical report 586
Database reviews indicate statins cut cancer risk. MacNeil, Jane Salodof Clinical report 719
Do pharmaceutical reps influence prescribing? Leard-Hansson, Jan; Guttmacher, Laurence 798
Earplugs urged in all concert seats to prevent hearing loss. Wendling, Patrice 449
Ethics and stem cell testing. McKhann, Guy 609
Even endocrinologists sometimes miss type 2 diabetes goals. Tucker, Miriam E. Clinical report 513
Food and the brain. Blank, William 892
For the cognitively impaired, start planning early: identify key people who can help patients make the transition from adolescence to adulthood. Brunk, Doug 1063
Government to monitor EHR adoption gap. Zablocki, Elaine 351
Groups call for alcohol labeling. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 161
Hispanic mental health initiative. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 92
Home visitors may need more training to spot delays. Sullivan, Michele G. 586
Identify, treat depression in cancer patients. MacNeil, Jane Salodof Clinical report 714
Identifying depression: we must do more. London, Robert T. 740
Immunotherapy studies for AD back on track: trials of passive, active immunity for Alzheimer's are proceeding after one study was halted in 2002. Sullivan, Michele G. 1655
Interventions empower African American boys. Mahoney, Diana 1138
Is binge eating disorder tied to obesity? Maybe: patients diagnosed with BED are demographically different from those with either anorexia or bulimia. Tucker, Miriam E. 1594
IV corticosteroids increase deaths from traumatic brain injury. MacNeil, Jane Salodof Clinical report 500
Jet lag is avoidable through preflight phase-shifting. Jancin, Bruce Clinical report 626
Late-life psychosis: more study needed. Evans, Jeff Disease/Disorder overview 1145
Lithium, olanzapine affect different domains in bipolar. McNamara, Damian 376
Liver damage data prompt new alert on duloxetine label. Tucker, Miriam E. 312
Mass. governor seeks to fill health-insurance gaps. Schneider, Mary Ellen 715
Maternal citalopram treatment prompts 228 adverse event reports. Worcester, Sharon 414
Migraines affect one-third of allergic rhinitis patients. Johnson, Kate Brief article 305
More thoughts about terrorism. Letter to the editor 1019
More thoughts on dog phobias. Letter to the editor 239
More users dependent on meth. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 169
Most clinicians opt not to disclose dementia diagnosis. Evans, Jeff Clinical report 778
MRI helps find cause of orthostatic headache. Wachter, Kerri Disease/Disorder overview 505
Multidrug strategies for bipolar maintenance remain unproven. Zoler, Mitchel L. 396
NIH eases restrictions on stock ownership. Schneider, Mary Ellen 742
Older U.S. adults' dental health improves overall. Boschert, Sherry Statistical data 455
Parity is not enough. Redstone, Paul Letter to the editor 436
Perspective. Bell, Carl C. 379
Physicians share the rewards of volunteering. Brunk, Doug 1527
Pioglitazone benefits high-risk diabetic patients: PROACTIVE is the first study to produce improved cardiovascular outcomes in those with type 2 diabetes. Tucker, Miriam E. 868
Popular ethnic students likely to smoke. Splete, Heidi Brief article 134
Postearthquake PTSD. Foley, Kevin Brief article 168
Program uses families to address addiction: Community Reinforcement and Family Training, a 12-session program, boasts a success rate of 64%. Little, Linda 830
Project taps into sick kids' psychosocial needs. Sullivan, Michele G. 533
Psychosis diagnosis needs to be revisited over time. Sherman, Carl 584
Psychosocial factors linked to carpel tunnel syndrome. Mahoney, Diana 382
Public favors electronic records. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 139
Quetiapine monotherapy appears effective for bipolar II depression. McNamara, Damian Statistical data 399
Risk predictions can guide Alzheimer's treatment: large study of cost and mortality suggests that more emphasis should be placed on palliative care. Frieden, Joyce 689
Risperidone and acute mania. Foley, Kevin Brief article 182
Risperidone eases some symptoms of dementia: dose of about 1 mg per day brings improvements, but risk of cerebrovascular events rises threefold. Evans, Jeff Clinical report 759
Rituximab combo eases neuropsychiatric SLE. DeMott, Kathryn Clinical report 698
Sense of dignity drives will to live among terminally ill patients. Splete, Heidi Clinical report 366
Sleep-deprivation regimen brings FAST results: insomnia patients treated with new therapy show improved sleep latency, efficiency, and total sleep time. Jancin, Bruce 700
Smoking might be associated with metabolic syndrome. Evans, Jeff Clinical report 444
Some developmentally disabled see benefits from aripiprazole. Splete, Heidi Statistical data 403
Storm-displaced doctors strive to stay in practice. Lubell, Jennifer 734
Study dispels 'myth' about bipolar mania. McNamara, Damian Brief article 260
Study finds no correlation between autism, macrocephaly. Brunk, Doug 395
Study is shedding light on predementia criteria: multicenter European trial examined progression from mild cognitive impairment to Alzheimer's. Evans, Jeff 1470
Study: sleep apnea may mediate apo E [epsilon]4 allele--Alzheimer's link. Jancin, Bruce 364
Tattoo taboos? Swiss law will soon regulate pigments, parlors, removals. Wendling, Patrice 471
Teen opioid treatments compared. Splete, Heidi Clinical report 134
Teen sex, drug use may bring on depression. Mahoney, Diana 554
The art of Sheila Mann. Franklin, Deeanna 1493
The complexity of anonymity. Fink, Paul J. Column 1812
The humble art of family life. Atkinson, Roland 1641
Thoughts about the real 'snake pit'. Zaphiropoulos, Miltiades L. Letter to the editor 218
Treating depression in the elderly. Foley, Kevin Brief article 166
Treatment-resistant OCD. Sherman, Carl 1209
TV watching, parental support predict bullying. Splete, Heidi Brief article 293
Using five-tiered system can double rate of autism diagnosis. Little, Linda 506
Vardenafil found superior for improving premature ejaculation. Finn, Robert 330
Veterinary drug clenbuterol found to contaminate heroin. Evans, Jeff 349
Voters sour on health care policy. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 144
Web site provides Katrina evacuees' Rx data. Schneider, Mary Ellen Website overview 587
What predisposes patients to late-onset bipolar? Affective vulnerability, cerebrovascular pathology may play large role in allowing mania to develop. Evans, Jeff 855
When first drug fails in resistant depression, consider a different class. Sherman, Carl Drug overview 594
Young girls may be just as aggressive as young boys. Brunk, Doug 351

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