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Further assessment of this relationship and its underlying mechanisms may help clinicians anticipate the likelihood of patients' adherence to risk-reducing habits.
The study was designed to examine the adverse effect profile of a long-acting injectable version of the established oral treatment aripiprazole, in particular extrapyramidal symptoms such as akathisia and weight gain.
A combination of factors may have been responsible for the association between parental depression and increased healthcare visits in their children, including shared genetic risks.
Implementing the Safety Planning Intervention in EDs along with a follow-up telephone call may be an effective brief suicide prevention intervention.
Because patients with bipolar disorder face a risk for suicide that is 20 to 30 times that of the general population, uncovering predictors of illness course is critical.
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