Lexapro vs. Wellbutrin: Differences between Side Effects and Uses
Title: Lexapro vs. Wellbutrin: Differences between Side Effects and UsesCategory: MedicationsCreated: 11/2/2017 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 11/2/2017 12:00:00 AM
Researchers have developed a promising new framework for suicide prevention in American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities. The research framework expands on conventional risk reduction strategies by placing Indigenous culture, knowledge, beliefs, and community collaboration at the center of the approach.
The ’90s-era supermodel said side effects from a fat-freezing procedure caused her to become depressed and turned her into a recluse after “not looking like myself any longer.”
DIABETES is often brushed off as a harmless condition because it rarely elicits overt symptoms. In the longer term, however, the condition sets the stage for a plethora of complications. A new study has warned that one major depressive disorder is likely to arise.
Conditions: Major Depressive Disorder; Bipolar Depression Interventions: Device: Magnetic Seizure Therapy; Device: Electroconvulsive Therapy Sponsors: University of Sao Paulo; Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo Recruiting
Conditions: Loneliness; Geriatric Depression Intervention: Other: caring chatbot Sponsors: Chang Gung Memorial Hospital; National Taipei University of Technology Not yet recruiting
The supermodel said a rare side effect of the procedure sent her into “a cycle of deep depression, profound sadness, and self-loathing.”
Conclusions/Implications for Practice HF is a chronic and debilitating disease that often reduces QoL in older adults significantly. Interventions designed to increase QoL by improving the NYHA functional class and alleviating HFSD are valid treatment options only in cases with depressive symptoms. Nurses treating older adults with HF should consider factors such as NYHA functional class and HFSD to reduce HFSD and readmission rates and to enhance the QoL of these patients. In addition, after both hospital admission and discharge, older adult patients should be assessed regularly to monitor for and quickly address the ...
Conclusions The results of this study indicate that assessing frailty status may be an effective, first-step approach to identifying schizophrenic patients at an increased risk of recurrent falls. Among patients with prefrailty or robust status, an SPPB score cutoff of 10, an SPMSQ score cutoff of 7, and being female may be used sequentially to identify individuals at a heightened risk of recurrent falls.
Conclusions/Implications for Practice The SSP-App developed in this study uses information and communication technology and multiple strategies covering information provision, social support, education, and reminders. Social participation obstacles must be overcome to effectively provide seniors with social participation opportunities and improve their social participation.
As temperatures continue to rise, so too are feelings of anxiety, depression and despair about our planet’s future.