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Freeman and her colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine report in the same issue of PSYCHOSOMATICS that one-third of 239 women with PMS or possible PMS improved considerably after six weeks of treatment that did not include hormone supplements.
Contract award: construction of a hospital for clinical addiction medicine, clinical social psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy on the grounds of the hospital district of bayreuth, architectural services.
His research on Amrit has been published in peer reviewed journals including Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior; Free Radical Biology and Medicine; Personality and Individual Differences; Complementary Medicine International; and the International Journal of Psychosomatics.
Almost 28 percent of the sample required a medical referral, report the investigators in the September PSYCHOSOMATICS.
Financial Ties between DSM-IV Panel Members and the Pharmaceutical Industry," Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, Vol.
The study has been published in the Journal of Psycho- therapy and Psychosomatics.
1996) Identification of PTSD in Cancer Survivors, Psychosomatics, 37 (2), 137-43.
Unresolved grief" is associated with complaints of depression and a number of physical symptoms and "can be quite disabling," say psychiatrist Sidney Zisook and his co-workers in the June PSYCHOSOMATICS.
In the systematic review, which appears in the November-December issue of the journal Psychosomatics, Brittany Poynter, M.
Shaw is the medical director of the hospital's psychiatric consultation-liaison program and first author of the research, published in the January/February issue of the journal Psychosomatics.
The study appears in the latest issue of the journal Psychosomatics.