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Use of serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) may not be more effective than placebo; Dr. K. Eisele assesses the limitations of a new report.

Dr. K. Eisele

Wednesday 27th February, 2008


Use of serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) might inhibit the growth of colorectal tumors according to The Lancet Oncology.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Monday 26th March, 2006


Long-term, population-based study challenges FDA advisory which warned of suicidal behavior at start of therapy.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Friday 6th January, 2006

Seroquel achieved a statistically significant reduction in levels of bipolar depression when compared with placebo.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Monday 24th October, 2005

NYU Researchers say that repeated viewing of the disaster puts children at risk of developing PTSD, anxiety and depression.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Saturday 10th September, 2005


Zyprexa (olanzapine) was found to decrease brain loss in schizophrenia patients according to the Archives of General Psychiatry.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Friday 15th July, 2005


American Journal of Psychiatry article describes social support and risk for major depression in opposite-sex twins.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Friday 15th July, 2005


Images of brain activity may identify the onset of schizophrenia in people at high risk, according to a study at the University of North Carolina.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Friday 15th July, 2005


Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) may be a new alternative to electric shock therapy in treating severe depression.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Friday 15th July, 2005


The FDA issued a warning this month saying that patients on certain antidepressants should be monitored closely for warning signs of suicide.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Monday, 5th April 2004


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