Stroke

Psychiatric Illness May Increase Short-term Stroke Risk

Psychiatric Illness May Increase Short-term Stroke Risk

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Short-term stroke risk appears higher in patients hospitalized or treated for psychiatric illness.

Can Effectively Treating Depression Reduce Cardiovascular Risk?

Can Effectively Treating Depression Reduce Cardiovascular Risk?

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The risk of cardiovascular disease as a person's depression improves or worsens has largely remained unknown.

SSRIs Found Not To Increase Risk of Cardiac Events in Depression

SSRIs Found Not To Increase Risk of Cardiac Events in Depression

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Neither a specific antidepressant class nor individual drugs had any influence on the risk of stroke or transient ischemic attack over all of follow-up.

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