Trauma

Trauma

Intensive Outpatient Treatment Reduced Vets’ Symptoms of PTSD Within Weeks

Three weeks of intensive outpatient treatment can significantly reduce the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in veterans who suffer from the illness, according to a study reported July 27th in the journal

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Brain Signature Predicts Who Benefits from Exposure Therapy

In people with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), certain brain activity patterns, in response to emotional cues, can predict who will benefit from exposure therapy, researchers report in a study published

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Cognitive Impairments are Early Symptoms of Psychotic Disorders

Patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) showed improvement in attention, memory, and executive functioning when treated with a combination of metacognitive rehabilitation and pharmaceuticals, according to a new study.

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Adolescents With Bipolar Disorder Not More Likely to be Overweight

The prevalence of excess weight and obesity is similar among adolescents with and without bipolar disorder, according to a new analysis of nationally collected survey data.

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Sleep Disturbances Linked to Symptom Severity Among Those At High Risk for Psychotic Disorders

Athletes with a history of concussions have signs of above-average inflammation in their brains that can be detected with a PET scan, according to a new study of active and recently retired NFL players.

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