Most Recent Articles by Brandon May
Affective Temperaments in Bipolar Have a Significant Impact on Functional, Clinical Outcomes of ManiaFeb 19, 2018
Investigators sought to determine the influence of affective temperaments in BP I with regard to clinical and functional outcomes in mania.
For pediatric patients with chronic pain, PTSD symptoms may be linked with higher levels of pain intensity.
Individuals under the Affordable Care Act are still experiencing a high burden of premium spending.
Individuals with chronic pain and PTSD have poor pain-related outcomes.
Prescription opioids kept in the household may increase the risk for opioid initiation in co-residents.
More Articles by Brandon May
Levomilnacipran, Vilazodone, and Vortioxetine Provide Similar Benefits, Adverse Effects as Standard AntidepressantsJan 08,2018
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