Most Recent Articles by Caleb Rans
A new study examines a link between first-onset suicidal ideation and substance use disorders.
The United States Preventive Services Task Force updated the 2013 recommendation on screening for intimate partner violence, elder abuse, and abuse of vulnerable adults.
Investigators sought to determine predictors of long-term treatment outcomes in youths with mixed anxiety disorders.
Exposure to carbamazepine was associated with the highest risk for stroke, particularly ischemic stroke.
High-Activity Temperaments Appear to Be Protective of Major Mood Episodes in Offspring at High Genetic RiskNov 01, 2018
After a major depressive episode, sociability, activity, and self-esteem measures decreased, while emotionality and shyness scores increased.
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Improving Medication Adherence in ADHD Lowers Risk for Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder in AdulthoodSep 21,2018
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