June 2022

Adding lithium to usual care did not reduce the risk of a repeated suicide-related event in veterans with major depression or bipolar disorder who had survived a previous event.
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A retrospective cohort study found that newly diagnosed depression increased the risk of Alzheimer’s disease in older individuals, especially when the depression was severe.
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Prolonged infusion of vasoactive intestinal polypeptide was shown to induce migraine accompanied by dilation of the superficial temporal artery.
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The trajectory of results on at-home computerized tests for cognition may identify patients at risk for disability progression due to relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis, according to a recent study.
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In a study with important implications for first-line treatment of generalized epilepsy, particularly for women of childbearing age, investigators found that levetiracetam may not be as clinically effective or cost-effective as valproate for newly diagnosed generalized epilepsy.
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