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A review of the effect of using prenatal nutritional supplements on mental health outcomes in children has concluded that evidence suggests supplementation as part of a maternal health strategy to decrease children's risk of psychiatric illness. The review, published online March 21 in the...
Lithium and long‐acting injectable (LAI) antipsychotics showed the most effective results in preventing rehospitalization in a nationwide cohort study of patients who had been hospitalized for bipolar disorder. The researchers stated that the results support the use of lithium as first‐line...
It is well‐known that atypical antipsychotics increase the risk of several metabolic conditions, such as glucose intolerance and diabetes, weight gain, and hyperlipidemia. As with other psychotropic medications, concurrent use of atypical antipsychotics with some drugs used to treat comorbid...
A study comparing haloperidol and atypical antipsychotics for the management of agitation in patients hospitalized for acute myocardial infarction has found a small increased risk of death with haloperidol in the seven days after drug initiation. This risk was strongest in the first four days of...
A meta‐analysis encompassing 12 randomized controlled trials comparing baclofen and placebo on a number of alcohol use outcomes found that abstinence rates were the only variable for which baclofen showed a significant advantage. The gamma‐aminobutyric acid B agonist showed no significant...
Our lead article this month covers a study by Lähteenvuo et al. that addresses a topic that should be of interest to all of our readers: what is the real‐world effectiveness of different drug treatments for bipolar disorder? This paper would be important at any time, but its appearance at this...
–Risk of serotonin syndrome low with concomitant use of triptans, antidepressants
–Seizure risk lower when patients with ADHD received medication
–Study finds value in continuing medication for first‐episode psychosis
–NAC improves schizophrenia symptoms, but does not alter brain morphology
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