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Patients with ADHD Face Higher Risk of Death, Especially Women and Girls
Patients with ADHD Face Higher Risk of Death, Especially Women and Girls
Compared to healthy individuals, ADHD patients are 2 times more likely to die prematurely – and the risk is higher in women and girls.
Klinefelter Syndrome Is the Most Common Sex-Chromosome Disorder
A recent review article summarized the socioeconomic consequences of Klinefelter syndrome, which is the most frequent chromosomal aberration in humans and is associated with hypogonadism and neurocognitive deficits.
PTSD Is Associated with Accelerated Aging
Research from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System published online in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry suggests that patients with post-traumatic stress disorder appear to be at risk for accelerated aging, or premature senescence.
10 Reasons the Doctor-Patient Relationship Started Going South
The doctor-patient relationship is under attack and, in many ways, has surrendered to an onslaught of technology, new business models, and changing rules, regulations, and reimbursement.

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