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SBP ≥130 mmHg at the Age of 50 Years, a Risk Factor for Dementia

A recent longitudinal study that included over 8000 individuals confirmed that mid-life rather than late-life elevations of systolic blood pressure...

20 Jun, 2018

 
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Low-Dose Amisulpride, Effectively Treats Very Late Onset Schizophrenia-like Psychosis

Patients suffering with very late-onset schizophrenia-like psychosis can be effectively treated with low-dose amisulpride, according to the recently...

15 Jun, 2018

 
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Development of AD Dementia Infrequent during Lifetime of People with Preclinical AD

Very few people with preclinical Alzheimer’s disease (AD) would develop AD dementia during their lifetime, despite a high prevalence of the former....

05 Jun, 2018

 
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Tools for Assessing Prospective Risk of Cognitive Decline in Clinically Normal Elderly People

Vascular risk might complement other imaging biomarkers as a tool for assessing the prospective risk of cognitive decline in normal elderly people...

29 May, 2018

 
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Mind Matters (Issue 5) – Depression and Epilepsy: The Bidirectional Relationship

Depression is under-diagnosed and under-treated in patients with epilepsy. Epilepsy is a complex disease which is frequently associated with other...

Bright Times: Issue 4

This newsletter provides recent updates in the field of psychiatry with major focus on the therapies of depression and anxiety along with the widely...

Mind Matters (Issue 4) - Effective Management of Comorbid Depression and Hypertension: Role of Escitalopram

Hypertension represents two-thirds of all strokes and one-half of all ischemic heart diseases, and is a key risk factor for cardiovascular morbidity...

Bright Times: Issue 3

This newsletter provides recent updates in the field of psychiatry with major focus on the therapies of depression and anxiety along with the widely...

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Stress Management

Stress is a common problem in everyday life. The slide set discusses about signs and symptoms of stress, effective stress management strategies, and...

Understanding Depression

The slide set encompasses basic understanding of depression and its symptoms, treatment and support, common myths and facts, and healthy lifestyle...

Understanding Schizophrenia

The article consists of basic information on schizophrenia, common myths associated with it, general management and caregiving tips.

Schizophrenia – Caregiver’s Guide

Caregiver’s guide contains basic understanding of schizophrenia and general caregiving and healthy living tips for the patients and their caregivers...

Key Trials

Vitamin B12 May Reduce the Rate of Brain Volume Loss in Older People without Dementia

Higher levels of vitamin B12 were significantly associated with decreased brain tissue changes over a period of 6 years in older people without...

Midazolam Nasal Spray vs. Diazepam Rectal Solution for Treating Seizure Exacerbations in Adults

Midazolam nasal spray is equally effective but more preferred than diazepam rectal solution in adult patients with epilepsy and seizure...

Safety and Effectiveness of Long-Term Lurasidone Treatment in Patients with Schizophrenia

The present study demonstrated that long-term treatment with lurasidone (40-120 mg/day) was safe and effective in patients with schizophrenia.

Safety and Effectiveness of Lurasidone Treatment Over Two Years in Patients with Bipolar I Disorder

Lurasidone as monotherapy or adjunctive therapy with lithium or valproate for up to 2 years was found to be safe and well tolerated in patients with...

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Stress Management

Stress is a common problem in everyday life. The slide set discusses about signs and symptoms of stress, effective stress management strategies, and...

 
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Understanding Depression

The slide set encompasses basic understanding of depression and its symptoms, treatment and support, common myths and facts, and healthy lifestyle...

 
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Schizophrenia – Caregiver’s Guide

Caregiver’s guide contains basic understanding of schizophrenia and general caregiving and healthy living tips for the patients and their caregivers...

 
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Experience the Clinical Debate: AGAINST - Should Recently Approved Antiepileptic Drugs be used early in the Treatment?

The choice of first antiepileptic drug (AED) is probably the most important decision in the treatment of epilepsy. This slide set describes that...

 
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