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The American Journal of Psychiatry 12m
In our November Editor Spotlight , Deputy Editor Danny Pine reviews studies on parent-child and brain changes associated with use in .
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The.Healthcare.Repo Nov 9
An drug that is used to treat Tourette's syndrome shows promising results against triple-negative breast cancer in a study of cells and mice. #healthcarereporthttps://healthcare.report/view-resource.aspx?id=5712
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Randall White 23h
Tardive dyskinesia is a condition characterized by involuntary movements of the oral, lingual, and buccal regions that is typically observed in patients who have been treated with agents on a long-term basis. Read about it:
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Callum Wilson💯 2h
pharmacy joke: A psychotic man walks into his doctors office, the doctor says "halo perry dol"
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Robyn 🐦 Nov 14
Just downloaded a medication app for my phone to help me take my tablets at the same time everyday 👍
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Inner Compass Nov 13
How, exactly, does medication work? There’s a good chance the answer is not what you think. Learn more at Inner Compass Initiative.
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UKTIS bumps Nov 15
Read about use of the in at
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Anthony Baynham Nov 12
Been reading about Stopping Over-Medication of People with a Learning Disability (STOMPLD) pledge, 16% of Young People with are treated with an .
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Dr Satyakant Trivedi Nov 9
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Psychiatric Times Nov 7
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Katherine Brennan Nov 14
aka = ☠️Has + is absolutely in -should be off market👿An for tx of + NOT RECOMMENDED FOR SLEEP PROBLEMS
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Karl Engels Nov 9
Effects of = = Slowed Thought Tempo Impoversihment of thought and speech Cognitive impariment. Memory dysfunction / Shortens attention span / difficulty concentrating. Akathisia Pseudo-Parkinsonism Flattening of emotions and blunting of affect
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Pharmacogenomics Nov 13
According to a recent study, can be used to predict a patient's response to drug treatment for
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TURBOCHARGER Nov 9
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Inner Compass Nov 15
We’re often told that psychiatric drugs are effective. But what does "effective" actually mean? If you or someone you care about takes an , , , , , or , it’s your right to get informed.
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Christopher Bartley Nov 6
Significant, but with an r = 0.18 is it clinically meaningful? Polygenic Risk Score as a Predictor of Efficacy in First-Episode Psychosis | American Journal of Psychiatry
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Psychiatry Advisor Nov 8
monotherapy may be effective treatment for -induced .
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~Lindsay Reday Nov 8
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Richard Mollot Nov 14
The latest issue of the LTC Journal is out! News on the recent increase in Drugging, Hearings, & More.
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James Moore Nov 15
. thank you for covering the story on today, we also need to confront the reality of hundreds of thousands of people struggling to withdraw from and drugs.
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