May 2011

Breast Cancer in Women with Schizophrenia: Approaches to Prevention
Compared with women in the general population, women with schizophrenia have even more risk factors for breast cancer, some of which are preventable.

Treatment-Resistant GAD: Little Evidence
For treatment-resistant generalized anxiety disorder, many treatment options have been tried, but few have been sufficiently studied.

Does LAIR Beat Oral Antipsychotics?
A study by Rosenheck et al failed to find long-acting injectable risperidone (Risperdal Consta) superior in efficacy to oral antipsychotics.

Healthy Diet/Healthy Heart/Healthy Brain?
People who eat more trans unsaturated fats may have an increased risk of depression.

In Brief
Prevalence of Eating Disorders in Adolescents; Gender Differences in Anxiety Disorders

Do Antidepressants Still Work?
From 1983 to 2008, the placebo-response rate in trials of antidepressants for major depressive disorder increased, while the effect size decreased.

Breast Cancer in Women with Schizophrenia: Approaches to Prevention

May 2011

With almost 200,000 new cases diagnosed annually, breast cancer is the most common malignancy in American women. An average woman's lifetime chance of developing breast cancer is roughly 12%. One among many risk factors that increases the likelihood of getting breast cancer is the number of psychiatric…

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