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kevinpmiller Feb 19
Replying to @JohnTorousMD
So, then, Doctor, you will be leading the way to expose the faulty “science” behind and drugs? It would be welcome, since you’re calling for more and transparency.
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Talking About BPD Jul 19
[tw] I’ve been on a combination of medication for around a year now. Mood stabilising medication to help with frequent swings between & depression, plus an for near constant suicidal thoughts & self-harm. It’s been so helpful for me.
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B;POLAR WARR;OR PR;NCESS Jul 30
So those of you on anti-psychotics who have noticed profound fatigue on them....have you found a way to overcome it/has it dissipated over time?
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Javed Alloo Jan 20
A significant cause of why 💊 use among elderly patients is higher than it needs to be. Lack of systemic hospital protocols to wean antipsychotics after disregulating ICU stays+ crises means more seniors keep taking them longer than needed
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egokiller Apr 20
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Allen Frances Jul 7
Delirium is medical/psychiatric emergency that hasn't been studied because so hard to study. No evidence to support use of meds, but often there is no real alternative.
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CIHI_ICIS Feb 6
52% of residents who were prescribed medication but did not have a psychosis diagnosis had their medication reduced or discontinued.
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Allen Frances Jun 30
This bothers me: Without FDA approval or informed consent, kids with behavioral problems are routinely treated with drugs that make them fat & pre-diabetic. Especially if they are poor, or black, or in foster care.
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JudgeMental BsC Aug 19
For those unaware ; Akathisia is a movement disorder caused by certain medications. It can be described as a a feeling of internal restlessness, an inability to relax, physically. A real drive to move persistently & a discomfort within own skin.
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Asif M bachlani Jun 25
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MDEdge Psychiatry Feb 20
Assessing the risk of major congenital malformations related to exposure requires detailed assessment of other sources of risk, including those related to the and associated behaviors, according to Jonathan M. Meyer, MD.
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Gary Blau 16h
In this new report, explores how states have successfully addressed increases in prescriptions among in who are enrolled in . Download here:
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Adam Joiner Jul 3
medications do not increase the chances of death in people with or , in the short term. We need to continue to focus on reducing the mortality gap for this group of people in the long term.
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Rajesh Mohan 12h
We've ordered ours for Please take diabetes prevention seriously for people on medication
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Phys.org 31 Jan 18
Molecular secrets revealed: docked in its receptor
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Rajesh Mohan Feb 20
Replying to @shuichi_suetani
Good paper Adjunctive reduced risk of admission (HR- 0.84); increased risk (HR- 1.08).
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Inner Compass Feb 5
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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Dementia Australia Jan 14
Media Releaase: Shared responsibility, holistic, informed approach - the solution for care plans
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Psychiatry Advisor Feb 19
Early improvement after placebo injections may be predictive of longer-term placebo response in long-acting injectable trials for .
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Rajesh Mohan Dec 15
Replying to @raj_psyc
Handy schematic representation of some receptor-binding (%) profiles of commonly used drugs
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