"Anxiety disorders are persistent and incapacitating, and despite the availability of effective treatments, not all individuals with anxiety receive adequate treatment."
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Baseline symptoms of anxiety were associated with changes in memory recall over the course of the study period.
Vortioxetine was more efficacious in people with generalized anxiety disorder who had higher levels of pre-treatment functioning.
Outcomes of long-term CBT in community settings were previously uncertain.
While workplace stress is common, here are signs to warn patients that it may be affecting their mental health.
Investigators conducted a population-based survey to determine the association between mental disorders and back/neck pain.
Genetic risk for schizophrenia was linked to nonoptimal infant neuromotor development.
Comorbid anxiety disorders among patients with depression or bipolar disorder were not associated with suicide attempts.
Researchers evaluated the discriminant validity, diagnostic utility, and informant agreement of the Screen for Child Anxiety and Related Emotional Disorder (SCARED).
The previous study of venlafaxine XR had a small sample size and was unable to estimate safety or tolerability.
Clinicians must be aware of strategies in order to effectively handle patients receiving these drug regimens.
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