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Potential risk factors for suicide
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Use of medication did not trigger suicidal thinking among adolescents with depression, but those with persistent and severe depression were more at risk for suicidal events while undergoing treatment, according to a new analysis of data from the NIMH-funded Treatment for Adolescents with Depression Study (TADS). The analysis, which was published in the May 2009 issue of the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, was conducted to better understand what may predict the development of suicidal events during treatment.
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Fda approves besivance to treat bacterial conjunctivitis
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Besivance (besifloxacin ophthalmic suspension 0.6 percent) for the treatment of bacterial conjunctivitis (non-viral), a contagious condition marked by irritation of the eyes and a discharge from the mucous membranes.

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Hiv prevention program gets a boost from nimh recovery act funds
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Developing interventions to reduce the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections among heterosexual men, couples and ethnically diverse populations continues to be complex and challenging. To help address this issue, NIMH awarded a two-year grant to David Pérez-Jiménez, Ph.D., at the University of Puerto Rico, to support the adaptation and assessment of an HIV and other sexually transmitted infection intervention designed for young, heterosexual Latino couples. This grant will use funds allocated to NIMH through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to promote economic recovery and spur advances in science and health.
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Hiv prevention program gets support from nimh
Written by NetDoc.com Medical News Feed   
Developing interventions to reduce the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections among heterosexual men, couples and ethnically diverse populations continues to be complex and challenging. To help address this issue, NIMH awarded a two-year grant to David Pérez-Jiménez, Ph.D., at the University of Puerto Rico, to support the adaptation and assessment of an HIV and other sexually transmitted infection intervention designed for young, heterosexual Latino couples. This grant will use funds allocated to NIMH through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to promote economic recovery and spur advances in science and health.
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Old vaccines protect agains H1N1
Written by Naoum Issa, MD, PhD   
5/26/2009: Old influenza vaccines may have imparted immunity to H1N1, explaining why a larger fraction of the young population than older population are susceptible to the virus. Source: Nature News.
 
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