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This population survey study reports an association between adverse childhood experiences and military service, hinting that enlistment may serve as an escape from adversity for some individuals.
This randomized trial reports that gamma ventral capsulotomy appeared safe and effective compared to sham surgery for treatment of intractable obsessive-compulsive disorder in 8 patients.
Fergusson and colleagues assess associations between extent of exposure to the Canterbury, New Zealand, earthquakes in 2010-2011 and subsequent mental health outcomes.
This cohort study assesses if persistent subjective symptoms 3 months after mild traumatic brain injury are part of a unique post-concussion syndrome or if they are manifestations of PTSD.
Hampton et al estimate the numbers and rates of adverse drug event emergency department visits involving psychiatric medications among
US adults between 2009 and 2011.
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