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Major Depressive Disorder

Surprisingly, soldiers who have killed in combat are less likely to develop an addiction to alcohol, according to researchers at American University.
Fluoxetine plus relapse-prevention cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) cuts the risk of relapse in youth with major depressive disorder, according to a study published online June 17 in The American Journal of Psychiatry.
44% of combat soldiers report experiencing chronic pain, and about one-quarter of those soldiers report past-month opioid use, according to a study published online June 30 in JAMA Internal Medicine.
When the breasts are disproportionate to the rest of a woman’s body, physical and psychological side effects can become very real issues.
MRI technology can allow scientists to assess the development of depression and treatment responses over time in multiple sclerosis patients.
Recent research published in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry has verified anecdotal evidence of a genetic link to compulsive gambling and found the disorder is associated with several psychiatric conditions.
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