Effectiveness of counseling for anxiety and depression in mothers of children ages 0-30 months by community workers in Karachi, Pakistan: a quasi experimental study
- Update on transfer of drugs and therapies into breastmilk. // Reactions Weekly;9/7/2013, Issue 1468, p2
The article provides an update released by the American Academy of Pediatrics concerning the transfer of drugs and therapeutics into human breastmilk.
- Not Always 'the Happiest Time'. Miller, Lisa; Underwood, Anne; Raymond, Joan // Bulletin with Newsweek;4/25/2006, Vol. 124 Issue 6517, p48
The article focuses on the symptoms of depression in women which are associated with pregnancy. Contrary to conventional wisdom and medical lore, pregnancy does not necessarily equal happiness, and its hormones are not protective against depression. Doctors estimate that up to 20 percent of...
- DHEA and Quality of Life in Women with Adrenal Insufficiency. O'Mathúna, Dónal P. // Alternative Medicine Alert;Feb2010, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p21
ADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY OCCURS WHEN THE ADRENAL glands fail to produce adequate levels of several hormones, especially cortisol and, sometimes, aldosterone. The condition can have a range of severities, with the most severe manifestation being Addison's disease. Common symptoms include fatigue,...
- Comments on Medicine Use in Lactation article. // Midwifery News;Sep2015, Issue 78, p42
The article focuses on impact of medicines on breastfeeding.
- Amisulpride. // Reactions Weekly;1/17/2009, Issue 1235, p5
The article describes the case of an elderly woman with psychotic depression who experienced tremor and rigidity after amisulpride 75-100 milligrams per day was added to her antidepressant therapy during a clinical trial. The patient chose to continue combination therapy since her...
- Neurobiological effects of childhood abuse: implications for the pathophysiology of depression and anxiety. Penza, K. M.; Heim, C.; Nemeroff, C. B. // Archives of Women's Mental Health;2003, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p15
Summary.Mood and anxiety disorders are highly prevalent psychiatric disorders, especially in women, and they are associated with significant morbidity and mortality. A considerable literature indicates that vulnerability to depression and anxiety disorders is markedly increased by childhood...
- Measurement issues in postpartum depression part 1: Anxiety as a feature of postpartum depression. Ross, L. E.; Evans, S. E. Gilbert; Sellers, E. M.; Romach, M. K. // Archives of Women's Mental Health;2003, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p51
Summary.We investigated the contribution of anxiety symptoms to scores on the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) between 36 weeks gestation and 16 weeks postpartum in 150 women. The 3-item anxiety subscale of the EPDS accounted for 47% of the total score in late pregnancy, and 38% of...
- A survey of relationship between anxiety, depression and duration of infertility. Ramezanzadeh, Fatemeh; Aghssa, Malek Mansour; Abedinia, Nasrin; Zayeri, Farid; Khanafshar, Navid; Shariat, Mamak; Jafarabadi, Mina // BMC Women's Health;2004, Vol. 4, p9
Background: A cross sectional study was designed to survey the relationship between anxiety/ depression and duration/cause of infertility, in Vali-e-Asr Reproductive Health Research Center, Tehran, Iran. Methods: After obtaining their consents, 370 female patients with different infertility...
- FROM OUR READERS. // Minnesota Monthly;Jul2014, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p10
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to the articles published within the previous issues including the article "Mpls. vs. St. Paul," in the May 2014 issue , the article "Shades of Blue," in May 2014, and the article "Wall Flowers" in the May 2014 issue.