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Bipolar disorder common in HIV patients

news-medical.net — “Patients with HIV are significantly more likely to have bipolar disorder than the general population, researchers report.View full resource at news-medical.net

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PTSD Symptoms Alleviated by Healing Touch and Guided Imagery | Medindia

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Acetylcholine, Drug Reward and Substance Use Disorder Treatment: Intra- and Interindividual Striatal and Accumbal Neuron Ensemble Heterogeneity May Explain Apparent Discrepant Findings

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Auditory, visual, and tactile cues hold potential in rehabilitation of Parkinson's Disease patients

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Sleep apnea in women: more common than we thought? - The Insomnia Blog - Sleep Doctor Michael Breus, PhD

theinsomniablog.com — “Sleep apnea has traditionally—and erroneously—been seen as a “men’s disorder.” The truth is, obstructive sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder among women. And a new study indicates that the frequency of sleep apnea among women may be higher than...View full resource at theinsomniablog.com

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Targacept Announces Top-Line Results from Phase 2 Trial of TC-5619 in Adults with Inattentive- Predominant ADHD - Yahoo! Finance

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PLOS ONE: Why Most Biomedical Findings Echoed by Newspapers Turn Out to be False: The Case of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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Hypothyroid and bipolar and weight gain---what to do? - Avvo.com

avvo.com — “Hypothyroid and bipolar and weight gain---what to do? I am on lithium and levothyroxine (for my thyroid problem). The lithium is for my bipolar and both medications put on a lot of weight 70 lbs...View full resource at avvo.com

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Heart Rhythm Disorders

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Australian scientists develop genetic test to predict autism | Reuters

reuters.com — “CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australian scientists have developed a genetic test to predict autism spectrum disorder in children, which could provide a long-sought way for early detection and intervention, accordingView full resource at reuters.com

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Diet for diabetes may be different than you thought—20 percent are “type 1.5” | San Francisco acupuncture and Chinese medicine | San Francisco nutrition | Anne Angelone, L.Ac.

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Facing Autism Disorders in New Brunswick: 8535 Autistic New Brunswickers and the Need for NB Liberal Leadership Debates

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Vote: Are ADHD Medications Overprescribed? - Health Blog - WSJ

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