In this second installment of our series, we explore what the evidence tells us about turmeric/curcumin, chamomile, rosemary, coffee, and cocoa....
Taking antidepressants might contribute to weight gain, though evidence on causality remains scant.
Results show “growing importance of social cognition” to evaluating suicide risk in psychosis.
Other instruments or newer versions of M-CHAT might help diagnose children with autism spectrum disorder.
TORONTO – As pregnant women use more opioids, NAS rates are soaring; they rose from 1.2/1,000 U.S. hospital births in 2000 to 8/1,000 in 2014.
Depressive symptoms associated with lower heart rate variability at follow-up appeared to be linked to antidepressant use.
Higher rates were seen during the academic school year.
Primary Care Medical Abstracts
Abstract: Coffee consumption and health: umbrella review of meta-analyses of multiple health outcomes
Studies examining the benefits versus harms of coffee consumption have yielded conflicting results.
Emotional regulation training helps adolescents understand feelings and, in turn, better control them.
As the death toll from gun violence rises, so does our will to stop it. But to make any real progress, we must reframe our thinking: Gun violence...