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Articles from Clinical Psychiatry News (April 1, 2006)

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'Addiction syndrome' called key to recovery: for better treatment of the problem, a different way of assessing and treating it is needed. Johnson, Kate Statistical data 635
'Advocates' make ED addiction referrals easier. Evans, Jeff Statistical data 1127
Acupuncture provides short-term drop in high blood pressure. Jancin, Bruce Brief article 265
Aggressive interventions backed to prevent suicide: long-term care facilities, home health care agencies, aging services providers are possible places to intervene. Evans, Jeff 700
Antidepressants often just a first step in PTSD: following initial SSRIs, adrenergic antagonists, anticonvulsants, atypical antipsychotics often used. Sherman, Carl 1047
Antidepressants raise suicide risk, data show. Moon, Mary Ann 574
Antidepressants safe in end-stage liver disease. Boschert, Sherry Statistical data 386
Art and madness: new riffs on an old theme. Atkinson, Roland 1570
Atrophy of hippocampus and amygdala linked to dementia. Kerr, Martha Statistical data 332
Ban smoking, promote acupuncture in rehab, expert says. Johnson, Kate Statistical data 352
Bill seeks consent for off-label Rx. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 179
Black women more likely to smoke to reduce tension rather than weight. Kirn, Timothy F. Brief article 267
Can juries be unbiased? Fink, Paul J. 1841
Changes to tolcapone label ease liver monitoring advice. Sullivan, Michele G. 362
Children suffer long term when parent has a stroke. Mahoney, Diana Statistical data 471
Children with anxiety, depression more likely to use ecstasy. Bell, John R. 357
Cognition improves after carotid stenting. Dixon, Bruce K. Statistical data 367
Corrections. Correction notice 116
Crossing health care's quality chasm. Fineberg, Harvey V. 1000
Dearth of evidence in guiding Tx of bipolar depression in teens. Evans, Jeff 441
Depression and heart disease: link is clear. Nemeroff, Charles B. 814
Depression and violence. Splete, Heidi Brief article 274
Depression contagion: parents can affect children. Splete, Heidi 458
Depression seems to intensify the risk of stroke in elderly patients. Zoler, Mitchel L. Statistical data 470
Depression stats exaggerated? Frieden, Joyce Brief article 219
Depression triples chest pain rates in Medicare patients. Splete, Heidi Brief article 216
Details needed on adverse events. Letter to the editor 656
Diabetes dx may and depression. Splete, Heidi Brief article 175
Discharge planning is key in managing headaches. Sullivan, Michele G. Statistical data 662
Donepezil for traumatic brain injury. Leard-Hansson, Jan; Guttmacher, Laurence 890
Drug reps: salespeople, not educators. Simmons, Paul D. Letter to the editor 344
Drug-induced parkinsonism often missed by experts: the older, conventional antipsychotic drugs have been most commonly associated with the problem. Wachter, Kerri Statistical data 799
Escitalopram: age appears relevant. Splete, Heidi Brief article 279
Expert shares tips for assessment of response evaluations. Brunk, Doug 584
HIV/AIDS incidence falls among African Americans. Tucker, Miriam E. Brief article 233
Initiative wants volunteers for Neuroimaging study. Wachter, Kerri Brief article 230
Insulin sensitizers cut cognitive decline in AD. Finn, Robert 644
Isolation, depression hinder rehab. Splete, Heidi Brief article 154
Lamotrigine effective add-on for seizures: adjunctive treatment reduces frequency of primary generalized tonic-clonic seizures. Mahoney, Diana Statistical data 626
Mania Tx data lacking; new results expected. Evans, Jeff 720
Match day reveals slip in psychiatry fill rate. Frieden, Joyce Statistical data 663
Meth epidemic drains resources, pushes up costs at public EDs. Frieden, Joyce Statistical data 575
Meth tie to rare disease a public health concern. Babinski, Bob 548
Minimize drugs in managing patients with Alzheimer's. Splete, Heidi 1048
More alternative therapies enter clinical studies: patients getting black tea for oral leukoplakia and pomegranate juice for coronary artery disease. Brunk, Doug 464
MS drug linked to one death in clinical trial. Wachter, Kerri 179
My sentiments exactly. Robertson, Rick Letter to the editor 125
Olfactory deficits may be a signal for early psychosis. Foley, Kevin Brief article 157
Patch approval: 'big moment' in psychopharm: resistant depression patients may benefit. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 1203
Pathology shows amnestic MCI is same entity as early Alzheimer's. Sullivan, Michele G. 500
Patient/doctor decision making. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 160
Pay-for-performance pact ruffles some feathers: the AMA defends its agreement with congress, but some specialty societies complain they were left out. Lubell, Jennifer 1266
Pediatric epilepsy surgery fails to aid later cognitive function. Sullivan, Michele G. 536
Personal resilience staves off PTSD. Sherman, Carl 698
Personality traits may predict high BP in women. Splete, Heidi 304
Perspective. Bell, Carl C. 345
PFO closure may benefit some migraine patients. Tanzola, Melinda Statistical data 592
PHQ-9 detects depression after traumatic brain injury. MacNeil, Jane Salodof Statistical data 526
Physician writers share their zeal for storytelling. Brunk, Doug 1817
Physicians fall short on stop-smoking counseling. Schneider, Mary Ellen Statistical data 546
Placebo effect in depression underappreciated: new research shows that patients' prior experiences with treatment can help predict future responses. Evans, Jeff 909
Potentially inappropriate meds prescribed for 39% of managed-care elderly. Johnson, Kate Statistical data 395
Prescription: 'a dose of reality'. Barber, R. Brian Letter to the editor 267
Providers called to account on health disparities. Frieden, Joyce 686
Quetiapine may ease mania in teens. Splete, Heidi Brief article 303
Quetiapine may help manage depression in bipolar adolescents. Sullivan, Michele G. 322
Restless legs patients have high depression rate: both conditions have similar prevalences, present with diurnal variation, and tend to run in families. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 659
Rollout of drug benefit provides political fodder. Frieden, Joyce 635
School-based project improves girls' coping skills. Sullivan, Michele G. 572
Smoking rates drop. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 120
Sodium oxybate reduces daytime sleepiness in medicated narcoleptics. McNamara, Damian 471
Subtypes of MCI identified. Splete, Heidi Brief article 211
Survey shows partial PTSD is more common in primary care. Wachter, Kerri 597
Talk therapy: East meets West. London, Robert T. 1054
The art of James de Blas. Franklin, Deeanna 1562
The many ironies of eating disorders. Mahoney, Diana Statistical data 1124
Too many migraineurs shortchanged. Loder, Elizabeth 604
Tool helps spot Bipolar Prodrome in children: questionnaire asks patients to rate 39 symptoms that can emerge before the first manic episode. Sullivan, Michele G. 655
Treating parkinsonism in HIV-positive patients can spur infection, psychosis. Wachter, Kerri Statistical data 339
Treatment adherence varies by Asian/Pacific Island ancestry. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 481
Treatments for sleepiness vary in cost, side effects. Boschert, Sherry 629
Use of potassium-sparing diuretics cuts AD risks. Moon, Mary Ann Statistical data 392
Use of traditional medicine appears ubiquitous among Chinese immigrants. Finn, Robert Statistical data 572
Veterans' PTSD treatment urged. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 165
Views mixed on benefits of health savings plans. Frieden, Joyce 638
Virtual reality exposure touted for PTSD Tx: at 6 months, 78% of Vietnam veterans who participated in the therapy had good functioning. McNamara, Damian 484
Will new meth law curb abuse? Frieden, Joyce 588

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