Treatment Of Depression

Kenosha News editorial: These psychedelic experiences at UW are for therapy | Editorial

They are experimenting with psychedelic drugs again at UW-Madison. No, we’re not talking about wide-eyed college students in tie-dyed T-shirts walking along Picnic Point whispering “Oh, Wow” as they do their own “independent research” into spiritualism and religion. self-realization. It was in the 60s. We’re talking about research, rigorously controlled …

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Depression, anxiety associated with osteocalcin, cortisol in hyperparathyroidism

Serum cortisol and osteocalcin levels may be associated with symptoms of anxiety and depression in patients with primary hyperparathyroidism, according to research results published in Frontiers in endocrinology. To date, the relationships between changes in cortisol and osteocalcin concentrations in primary hyperparathyroidism, as well as their relationships and psychological characteristics …

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Our patients are resilient | MedPage today

Patient name and other descriptors have been changed to protect confidentiality. Sara is a 14 year old patient of mine. I am a clinical psychologist and have been treating her for about 15 months. Sara has struggled with trauma and associated psychiatric symptoms since the coronavirus ravaged her family. This …

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New Stroke Rehab Treatment Gets FDA Approval

A new therapy involving vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) combined with rehabilitation has been approved to treat chronic moderate to severe upper limb motor deficits after ischemic stroke, the FDA said Friday. “Today’s approval of the Vivistim Paired VNS System provides the first option for stroke rehabilitation using vagus nerve stimulation,” …

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Drug decisions for women of childbearing age

Decisions about medication during pregnancy are always a challenge and, since many pregnancies are unplanned, considerations must begin well in advance of pregnancy and must be addressed again if the patient becomes pregnant. Patients with bipolar disorder who discontinue treatment during pregnancy may have a relapse rate of 80% for …

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