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Long awaited results indicate a statistically significant difference in BIMF scores at day 45 (postpartum); women on Zuranolone were functioning better than those on placebo (on average): “In addition to assessing clinician-rated measures of depression, anxiety, and global function, the patient-reported BIMF scores were assessed for maternal function. Numerically greater increases in BIMF scores were…
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“Extreme weather events (EWEs) are increasing in frequency and severity as the planet continues to become warmer. Resulting disasters have the potential to wreak havoc on the economy, infrastructure, family unit, and human health. Global estimates project that children will be disproportionately impacted by the changing climate – shouldering 88% of the related burdens. Exposure…
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Aspiring providers and healthcare/public health professionals: mark your calendars for the Climate Change and Clinical Practice Conference. We will discuss the impacts of climate change on human health and clinical practice.  I will be talking about Maternal and Child Mental Health related to extreme weather events and climate change in general.  The event is CME…
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https://www.mdpi.com/…/ijerph/special_issues/Gender_Mood My colleague, Dr. Marta Serati, is guest editing this special issue related to gender differences in mood disorders. Please consider submitting relevant research. “The aim of our issue is to spread the actual knowledge in the field of gender differences in mood disorders during the lifespan, considering vulnerability to psychopathology linked to exogenous and…
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