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Treatment of Co-Occurring Schizophrenia and Substance Use

(PSYCHIATRIC TIMES) - Treatment of Co-Occurring Schizophrenia and Substance Use

For full article, please visit:
http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/schizophrenia/article/10168/52751

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Post-Katrina Medicine: Be Aware of Symptoms of Traumatic Stress

(PSYCHIATRIC TIMES) - It's now months after Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana. That storm drove hundreds of thousands of people from their homes. Many lost everything, including their work, family heirlooms, beloved pets, and the unaccounted clutter of the history of their lives. Some lost family members as well. By now, many of them should be adjusting to their new homes and new communities. For others, the pain continues and is intense. Some of these people, as well as those hurt by hurricanes… Continue

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Research Review: Update on Child and Adolescent ADHD

(PSYCHIATRIC TIMES) - To earn 3 Category 1 credit, read the article, "Update on Child and Adolescent ADHD" a supplement to Psychiatric Times, December 2005. Please note: Credit available to those who received a print copy of this supplement. Supplement/article is not available on-line.



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1. Click "Please Sign In for this Activity" at the bottom of the page and either sign in with your… Continue

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Signals

FES Helps Transplanted ES Cells Differentiate Into Neurons



Functional electrical stimulation (FES) appears to facilitate the differentiation of embryonic stem (ES) cells into neuronal phenotypes in rat models of spinal cord injury (SCI). The findings were reported by a team led by John W. McDonald III, MD, PhD--longtime physician of the late Christopher Reeve--this past September in San Diego at the 130th annual meeting of the American Neurological Association.



McDonald,… Continue

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Neurobehavioral Sequelae of Traumatic Brain Injury

(PSYCHIATRIC TIMES) - Recognition and early, accurate diagnosis of neurobehavioral TBI sequelae are important in reducing the severity of postinjury symptoms. Because the neuropathology of TBI is diffuse and affects many areas of the brain, a multiplicity of neurobehavioral symptoms is common after TBI. This makes study of the post-TBI population challenging and may be the reason for the relatively few studies about treating neurobehavioral symptoms after TBI.



Although the following… Continue

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