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Distinct intrinsic functional brain network abnormalities in methamphetamine‐dependent patients with and without a history of psychosis
Chronic methamphetamine use is associated with executive functioning deficits that suggest dysfunctional cognitive control networks (CCNs) in the brain. Likewise, abnormal connectivity between intrinsic CCNs and default ...
Studies into the anxiolytic actions of agomelatine in social isolation reared rats: role of corticosterone and sex
Anxiety disorders are severely disabling, while current pharmacological treatments are complicated by delayed onset, low remission rates and side-effects. Sex is also noted to contribute towards illness severity and treatment ...
Ketamine and rapidly acting antidepressants: breaking the speed of sound or light?
There is an urgent need for rapidly acting antidepressants. Current therapies share a delayed onset of action, contrasting with drugs of abuse that have rapid psychotropic effects but cause tolerance and dependence. A key ...
Nutritional status as a central determinant of child mortality in sub‐Saharan Africa: a quantitative conceptual framework
Child mortality is a major public health problem in sub‐Saharan Africa and is influenced by nutritional status. A conceptual framework was proposed to explain factors related to undernutrition. Previously proposed conceptual ...