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Dr. Cristiane S. Duarte pointed out limitations in the study, such as cultural variation and scarcity of data in conflict-affected settings, that should be addressed in future research.
Dr. Alan S. Brown says the study provides evidence that a mother’s smoking during pregnancy could be related to the later development of ADHD in their infant.
“As we treat more people with ketamine, an unfortunate side effect of that is more exposure, which means that we're going to create more ketamine addicts,” said Dr. Drew Ramsey.
"The results of this study suggest that dasotraline shows promise as a potential new treatment for binge eating disorder," said Dr. Reilly Kayser, who was not involved with the research.
“If we have a way of targeting the ambivalence — and the way you do that is long-acting preparation — that will be a major advance,” Dr. Adam Bisaga said.
Dr. Kathleen M. Pike highlights Dementia Reimagined, a book that can help us understand the complex interplay of biology and environment in putting us at risk for dementia.
In this first episode of Inside Schizophrenia, Rachel Star Withers, a diagnosed schizophrenic, co-host Gabe Howard and special guest Dr. Ali Mattu explore this often misrepresented mental illness.
Dr. Angela Coombs interviews addiction expert Dr Diana Martinez on a number of issues related to the rising popularity and usage of cannabidiol (CBD).
Dr. David Sulzer pointed out that studies have shown that dopamine is released when a pleasurable end is achieved, and that release can be “upstreamed” by cues related to the goal.
The "results corroborate and extend prior work [in children and adults with obesity] by showing a dose-dependent effect on food intake in children without obesity," concluded Dr. Lisa M. Ranzenhofer.