Lowered serum cholesterol and low mood
- Serum cholesterol concentration and death from suicide in men: Paris prospective study I. Zureik, Mahmoud; Courbon, Dominique // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/14/96, Vol. 313 Issue 7058, p649
Investigates the association between low serum cholesterol or changing serum cholesterol levels and suicide among men. Main outcome measures; Relative risks of suicide; Causal relationship between cholesterol levels and depression.
- Commentary: Having too much evidence (depression, suicide, and low serum cholesterol). Law, Malcolm // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/14/96, Vol. 313 Issue 7058, p651
Opinion. Comments on studies concerning the association among suicide, depression and low serum cholesterol levels. Deaths attributed to accidents and suicide in randomized trials of low serum cholesterol concentrations; Correlation between low serotonin levels and depression.
- Rapid decrease of serum cholesterol concentration and postpartum depression. Ploeckinger, Barbara; Dantendorfer, Karl // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/14/96, Vol. 313 Issue 7058, p664
Examines the association between low levels of serum cholesterol and triglycerides with postpartum depression. Variables affecting serum cholesterol levels; Animal studies on the subject.
- Serum cholesterol levels and frequency of aggression. Spitz, Reuben T.; Hillbrand, Marc // Psychological Reports;Apr94, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p622
Examines the relationship between serum cholesterol levels and frequency of aggressive behavior. Study of serum cholesterol levels from 106 men admitted to a forensic hospital for crimes of violence; Comparison of lower cholesterol groups and high cholesterol groups in terms of frequency of...
- Serum cholesterol and perception of anger and sadness. Guggenheim, Cordelia B.; Foster Jr., Hilliard G. // Psychological Reports;Dec95 Part 2, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p1343
Examines the relationship of serum cholesterol with forensic patients' perception of anger and sadness. Hypersensitivity of patients with low cholesterol in the detection of anger and sadness; Involvement of serotonin in the hypersensitivity effects.
- LOW SERUM CHOLESTEROL AND DEPRESSION IN ELDERLY PATIENTS. Ranieri, P.; Bellel, G.; Traversi, M.; Bertozzi, B.; Rozzini, R.; Trabucchi, M. // Gerontologist;Oct1996 Supplement, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p277
Association between low serum cholesterol and depression was evaluated in 476 elderly patients (mean age= 78.8 � 7.4 years, females 70%) newly consecutively admitted to a GERU. A multidimensional evaluation was performed using a standard protocol. Cognitive status was evaluated by the MMSE,...
- NEUROLOGY. // Good Medicine;Winter2001, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p4
Reports on the results of several studies relating to neurology as of January 2001. Link between high serum cholesterol and violent suicide; Benefits of fruits and vegetables in protecting against Alzheimer's disease; Steps in preventing dementia.
- U-Curved Relation Between Total Fasting Serum Cholesterol and Hostility: A Population-Based Study. Wilson, Dawn L.; Davidson, Karina W.; Barksdale, Cheryl; Black, Beth; MacLean, David // International Journal of Behavioral Medicine;Dec2001, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p282
Some researchers have found higher cholesterol levels linearly related to hostility, whereas others have found no relation. Even so, it remains unclear whether research should seek to find a linear relation between hostility and cholesterol levels. We hypothesized that a U-curved association was...
- Serum cholesterol and aggression in hospitalized male forensic patients. Hillbrand, Marc; Spitz, Reuben T. // Journal of Behavioral Medicine;Feb95, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p33
Examines the relationship between serum cholesterol and aggression in a sample of hospitalized forensic patients. Retrospective analysis of aggressive incidents; Curvilinear relationship between cholesterol and frequency of aggression.