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By offering free tuition, NYU hopes to bring more diversity to their medical school program.
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Long-term physician-patient relationships are increasingly rare in the era of electronic documentation.
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A combination of sleep deprivation and light therapy may alleviate symptoms in patients experiencing depressive episodes.
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Investigators conducted a randomized controlled trial of a mental health self-directed care program, assessing participant outcomes, service satisfaction, and cost.
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Study showed an association between depression in fathers during the postnatal period and subsequent depression in girls at age 18 years.
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In patients with major depression, having a comorbid diagnosis of ADHD may be associated with bipolar disorder diathesis, mixed features, and multiple psychiatric comorbidities.
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A UCL-Lancet Commission set out to examine data related to the health and well-being of international migrants.
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Noninvasive brain stimulation (NIBS) techniques are a potential alternative to the use of medications for the treatment of poststroke depression.
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A greater number of early adverse life events as well as more severe traumatic experiences were found to be associated with an increased risk for developing irritable bowel syndrome.
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Researchers sought to determine whether prenatal exposure to valproate and other antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) increases the risk for ADHD in offspring.
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