Most Recent Articles by Charlotte Galper
Screening for childhood mistreatment can assess the risk for nonsuicidal self-injury.
Patients with bipolar I disorder without relapse after 1 year of first treatment had improved neurocognitive functioning.
Researchers found a positive association between paternal and adolescent depressive symptoms.
Dementia risk was associated with neither proton pump inhibitor exposure nor duration of use.
Patients with schizophrenia-spectrum disorders had higher odds of being aggressive than people with bipolar disorder with a recent manic episode.
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