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Weekly Roundup for JUNE 28, 2019: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

Ketamine is the hot new antidepressant.  It has been shown to work quickly in patients with severe depression and can rapidly reduce suicidal ideation.  However, these studies have not been conducted in perinatal women; this group of women is typically excluded from clinical trials because there is typically very little information on the reproductive safety… Read More »

Recent cyber guidance from HHS ignores the mobile threat

Many phishing attacks now are facilitated by the widespread use of mobile devices, Bob Stevens says. Voluntary cybersecurity guidelines that the Department of Health and Human Services recently issued are a good start, but they neglect a major cybersecurity risk—the pervasive use of mobile devices. That’s a big worry to Bob Stevens, vice president of… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for NOVEMBER 2, 2018: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

Uguz and colleagues present data that indicate, in a group of women with panic disorder, neonatal outcomes were worse in the women who did not get treatment.  This week’s roundup also features a lot of articles on postpartum depression, addressing an array of factors which increase women’s vulnerability to postpartum psychiatric illness, including adverse life… Read More »