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  • Age at Onset of Bipolar Disorder Related to Parental and Grandparental Illness Burden. [Journal Article]
  • J Clin Psychiatry 2016 Sep 13JC
  • Post RM, Altshuler LL, … Nolen WA
  • CONCLUSIONS: More parental and grandparental psychiatric illness was associated with an earlier age at onset of bipolar disorder, which is earlier in the United States compared with Europe and is strongly related to a poor long-term prognosis. This apparent polygenic contribution to early onset deserves further study and therapeutic attempts at ameliorating the transgenerational impact.
  • The CBHSQ Report [BOOK]
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (US): Rockville (MD)BOOK
  • Crane Elizabeth H. EH
  • CONCLUSIONS: A central finding of the 2011 DAWN is that the involvement of certain commonly abused pharmaceuticals in ED visits associated with drug misuse or abuse did not change from 2009 to 2011. There were no significant increases in the rates of visits involving narcotic pain relievers from 2009 to 2011. Visits involving anti-anxiety or insomnia medications increased a small amount in general, but no specific drugs in this category showed increases. No increases occurred from 2009 to 2011 for ED visits involving adverse reactions to pharmaceuticals overall. Pharmaceuticals continue to be involved at a higher rate than illicit drugs. A second critical finding is that there may be an increase in the involvement of illicit drugs. After 5 years of relative stability, an upward trend was observed between 2009 and 2011. Visits involving marijuana, illicit stimulants, and synthetic cannabinoids increased between 2009 and 2011. Involvement of legal stimulants (e.g., CNS stimulants used to treat attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder) also rose over this period. A more thorough analysis of 2011 and previous data is available at the SAMHSA website (, including a comprehensive set of detailed tables that display drug-specific ED visit counts by various patient demographics and visit characteristics for the U.S and select metropolitan areas.
  • Integrated Care for Pediatric Substance Abuse. [Review]
  • Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am 2016; 25(4):769-77CA
  • Barclay RP, Hilt RJ
  • Integrated care is a way to improve the prevention, identification, and treatment of mental health difficulties, including substance abuse, in pediatric care. The pediatrician's access, expertise in ...
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