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mood disorder

[′müd dis‚ȯrd·ər]
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Since cardiovascular disease may begin early in life, the authors want to increase awareness and recognition of mood disorders among young people as moderate-risk conditions for early cardiovascular disease.
It is hoped that this work will form the basis for a cognitive/emotional fMRI probe of pharmacological targets in mood disorders," said Dr.
While many individual women with depression or bipolar disorder scored as well on the test as healthy participants, nearly all the test-takers in the bottom 5 percent of performers had one of the two mood disorders.
Our population-based study spanned nine fiscal years and showed trends over time and geography for adolescents who presented to the ED for mood disorders in Alberta.
Professor Nick Craddock, who leads the Cardiff network, said the implications of the recent tsunami in Japan brought into focus the need for extra support for people in the country who suffer or may suffer with mood disorders.
The implications of this tragic event brings into focus the need for extra support for those people in the country who suffer or may suffer with mood disorders in the future.
Objectives: Existing efficacy trials of Omega-3 (omega-3) fatty acids in mood disorders have yielded inconsistent results.
An association between vitamin D deficiency and many mood disorders has been suggested in several studies.
Topics include diet and oxidative stress in schizophrenia, oxidative stress and its relation to antipsychotic agents, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, membrane fatty acid deficits in schizophrenia and mood disorders, essential fatty acids and developmental disorders, therapeutic prospects (including those for childhood developmental disorders, fatty acid supplementation for schizophrenia and mood disorders, bioactive lipids and niacin in schizophrenia), and theoretical and methodological changes to come, including long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids and perinatal origins of schizophrenia and uses of integrative biochemical investigation.
0 scale at assessing mood disorders in nursing home patients, according to a study in 71 facilities across eight states.
Merck Serono Will Fund a US$2 Million Initiative to Drive Treatments for Parkinson's Disease-Related Cognitive Dysfunction and Mood Disorders
Ten double-blind, placebo-controlled studies in patients with mood disorders receiving omega 3 PUFAs with the treatment period lasting 4 weeks or longer were included.