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28 August 2014    Psychiatry
Optimal personalised treatment improves quality of life and functioning of patients with bipolar disorder type I or II, suggests research published in the Journal of Affective Disorders.
28 August 2014    Psychiatry
Elevated levels of the inflammatory marker interleukin -6 in childhood are associated with an increased risk of psychosis and depression in adulthood, research shows.
27 August 2014    Psychiatry
Healthy children who have a parent with bipolar disorder show altered brain activation during reward processing, research shows.
27 August 2014    Psychiatry
Patients treated for schizophrenia or bipolar I disorder under the ACCESS model have low levels of service disengagement, high levels of medication adherence and improvements in clinical outcomes, researchers report.
25 August 2014    Cardiology
Blood pressure-lowering treatment should target patients at greatest cardiovascular risk and not just those with the highest baseline levels, suggest findings of a meta-analysis.
25 August 2014    Infectious Diseases
The presence of bacteremia in patients with pneumonia is associated with a worse in-hospital course of illness and poorer patient outcomes, show Spanish findings.
25 August 2014    Rheumatology
Feeling knee pain during weight-bearing activities involving knee bending, such as using stairs, could be an early sign of osteoarthritis and the need for intervention, research indicates.
25 August 2014    Urology
Alpha-adrenergic medication can significantly improve the quality of life of obese men with lower urinary tract symptoms, show study findings.
25 August 2014    Gynecology
A systematic review and meta-analysis of genetic association studies reveals a number of genetic variations associated with overactive bladder and pelvic organ prolapse in women.
22 August 2014    Cardiology
A lifestyle intervention focused on weight loss and increasing physical activity should be considered as additional treatment to prevent advanced kidney disease in overweight or obese people with Type 2 diabetes, say researchers.

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