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arrow Supplement may help people with depression

8-11-2010
(Reuters Health) - A small study suggests that a nutritional supplement sold over-the-counter may help some people with depression who haven't gotten better with any other drugs.
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arrow New depression guidelines favor tailored treatment

  8-11-2010
(Reuters) - New depression treatments favor a tailored approach and include recommendations for the use of shock therapy and other alternatives, including exercise when people fail to get relief from drugs.
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arrow Kids of mentally ill parents at higher murder risk

8-11-2010
(Reuters Health) - Children of severely mentally ill parents are nearly nine times more likely to be victims of homicide than children of healthy parents, suggests a new study.
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arrow 胡申哈比爾:新陳代謝疾病嚴重威脅精神分裂症患者

  2-11-2010
過幾天就是世界精神衛生日(10月10日),這個特殊日子能否喚起你對精神病患者的關注?
你是否知道,影響全球大約2400萬人的精神分裂症患者,除了精神出問題,也必須面對其他疾病的威脅?

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arrow Ancaman penghidap skizofrenia

2-11-2010
SKIZOFRENIA dialami kira-kira 24 juta penduduk di seluruh dunia. Lebih daripada separuh pesakit tidak menerima rawatan yang sewajarnya. Lebih membimbangkan, kira-kira 90 peratus penghidap skizofrenia yang tidak dirawat tinggal di negara sedang membangun.
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arrow Mental

  25-10-2010
(Reuters Health) - While staying mentally active in old age has been linked to a delayed onset of dementia, seniors who engage in such brain "exercise" may actually have a faster rate of decline once Alzheimer's is diagnosed, researchers reported Wednesday.
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