Q: This is my first year on Part D and I find myself in the donut hole situation. I thought I read somewhere that the donut hole is closing in 2020, can you confirm?A: Actually, the donut hole is closed next year in 2019 for brand name drugs and in …
Standard pen needles have an outer cover and removable inner needle cover, while safety pen needles have an outer cover and a fixed inner needle shield that is not removed before an injection.
The patient obtained prescriptions for bupropion XR from psychiatrists and primary care physicians who were not aware of her past medical history.
This research supports MRI as a prognostic tool following TBI and highlights several important lesion patterns correlated with poor long-term outcomes.
Rumination is common in individuals experiencing suicide bereavement and is unique compared with the responses to bereavement for other reasons.
Patients and their families are advocating for their right to access the latest medical research papers to help find potential treatments and understand health conditions.
These results do not support existing hypotheses on the role of anxiety as either an exacerbating or protective factor for ADHD-related aggression.
This research highlights the urgency of allocating proper psychiatric resources to college students, particularly those who belong to minority groups.
Wide variations in influenza vaccine coverage have been noted across healthcare personnel based on occupation and worksite.
When alcohol and opioid addiction occur together, managing them concomitantly becomes challenging. Whereas some patients may not need medication for alcohol addiction, opioid abuse does require pharmacotherapy.
Investigators examine the predictive utility of the subsyndromal Child Behavior Checklist anxiety and depression score for detecting MDD 10 years later.
Although research has filled some of the knowledge gaps in the association between psychosis and hearing impairment, more data about this phenomenon and its confounding factors are needed.
The authors noted a potential for a complex and dynamic relationship between depression and functional outcomes in multiple sclerosis , with greater dysfunction possibly increasing levels of depression.