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Delusional parasitosis is an uncommon disorder and is probably underdiagnosed - several factors contribute including lack of recognition/difficulty in arriving to a conclusion by a clinician, or the reluctance to seek help or even rejection of the diagnosis by a patient. Patients present with pruritus, excoriations, stinging or formication for

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The paper introduces the science and process of Mind Genomics as a process by which to reveal the mind of prospects regarding the factors surrounding insurance, specifically insurance that the home contractor will complete the project satisfactorily. The objective is to uncover the existence and nature of groups of people sharing the same poin

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Background: The rising prevalence and burden of Depression among all age groups including medical students have continued to constitute enormous concern worldwide. Depression has been associated with cognitive impairment and may impair academic performance. Aim: To determine the relationship between depression and academic performance among me

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Background: The objective of the study was to determine the salivary amylase levels in patients undergoing chemotherapy before and after listening to preferred music. Design: Quasi-experimental repeated measure design. Setting; Experimental and control group were recruited from two oncology units of selected multispecialty hospitals. Participa

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Background: Antonovsky’s Sense of Coherence (SOC) scale, published with 29 items, is considered a social concept, also used in mental health research. A scale using only 13 of the items has been suggested, without explanation as to how these 13 items were selected. Aim: To compare how total scores based on 29 and 13 and the remaining 16 ite

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Volume 4 Issue 1

Research Article

DOI Number: https://doi.org/10.33805/2638-8073.124

Suicide Risks and Prevention, Neuropathogenic Study

Da-Yong Lu, Jin-Yu Che, Hong-Ying Wu, Ting-Ren Lu and Swathi Putta

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Past clinical evidence suggests that there is partly an association between suicide risk/mortality and mentally health condition. It is an interesting subject for modern diagnostic implication and therapeutic targeting. As a result, neuropathy in brain and relevant treatment (eased by anti-depressive agents or herbs) can be extensively explored

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