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Prevalence of MDD was similar among black and white elderly homecare patients. In both groups, depression is undertreated and contributes to the burden of this frail, older patient group.
Most deaths in the United States occur in the context of chronic diseases in later life and are too often accompanied by potentially remediable emotional or physical suffering. Geriatric psychiatrists and other mental health professionals can contribute meaningfully to the provision of optimal...
Low hemoglobin is associated with AD and should be investigated further as a modifiable risk factor.
These results support the identification of the Misidentification and Paranoid groups as distinct subgroups of AD+P. The ability to detect meaningful biologic associations of AD+P in future studies would be enhanced by separate analysis of the Misidentification and Paranoid phenotypes.
These results provide evidence for the validity of the VAMS in patients with dementia.
These preliminary findings underscore the need for more study of how childhood abuse amplifies risk for suicidal ideation and behavior among women across the life course.
In this study, among depressed AD patients after treatment with sertraline or placebo, there was no evidence that improved mood was associated with cognitive improvement. Future studies aimed at increasing power to detect mood as well as medication effects will be valuable in determining the...
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