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Greater awareness of synthetic stimulants appears to have slowed their use, but manufacturers are staying one step ahead of regulators with a new generation of similar, equally dangerous products. Medscape Medical News
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It has been suggested that using organs voluntarily donated by prisoners could help ease the shortage. Bioethicist Art Caplan says it’s wrong on many levels. Medscape Business of Medicine
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After brief training in mindfulness meditation, specific brain changes that correlate with reduced anxiety are visible on imaging, new research shows. Medscape Medical News
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An epidemiologist applied some of the lessons learned battling infectious disease epidemics in Africa to street violence in Chicago. Medscape Medical News
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Elevated blood levels of inflammatory proteins may serve as a biomarker for suicidal risk in individuals with major depression. Medscape Medical News
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A new report highlights the potential benefits and pitfalls of online communication and social media relationships. Medscape Medical News
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Psychiatric inpatients are at extreme risk for suicide within 2 weeks of being discharged from hospitalization, but high-quality aftercare may be protective, new research suggests. Medscape Medical News
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The number of vaccines administered, either in a single day or during the first 2 years of life, is not associated with the risk for autism, a new CDC study shows. Medscape Medical News
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An FDA advisory panel concluded that scientific data support approval of Probuphine subdermal implant for maintenance treatment of opioid dependence, but voice some safety concerns.
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The dietary supplement citicoline may improve memory scores and decrease cognitive deterioration in patients with mild vascular cognitive impairment. Medscape Medical News
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