Most Recent Articles by Charlotte Galper
Accurate estimates of veterans' mental health service utilization is important for providing high-quality health care.
Researchers examined whether the risk of relapse or time to relapse was related to type of anxiety disorder, duration of previous treatment, and other factors.
Type 2 diabetes is greater with second-generation antipsychotics than with non-second-generation antipsychotic psychotropic medications for patients aged 6 to 25 years.
Medications did affect gestation time and hypertension in mothers.
Antidepressant use during pregnancy may be linked to psychiatric disorders in offspring.
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