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2016

Johns Hopkins Medicine - August 15, 2016
Study Finds 1 in 3 Former ICU Patients Shows Symptoms of Depression

Johns Hokins Medicine – July 20, 2016
Infections, Antibiotic Use Linked to Manic Episodes in People with Serious Mental Illness

Johns Hopkins Medicine – June 27, 2016
Gene Hunters Find Rare Inherited Mutations Linked to Bipolar Disorder

Johns Hopkins Medicine - June 20, 2016
Long-Term Opioids May Not Be Best Pain Management Option for All Sickle Cell Patients
Small study shows some on opioids reported more pain, fatigue

Johns Hopkins Medicine – May 4, 2016
Yeast Infection Linked to Mental Illness
Candida infections also more common among those with memory loss

Johns Hopkins Medicine – April 20, 2016
Patients at High Risk for Psychiatric Symptoms After a Stay in the Intensive Care Unit

Johns Hopkins Medicine - January 19, 2016
New Evidence in Mice That Cocaine Makes Brain Cells Cannibalize Themselves
Compound counteracts the process

Johns Hopkins Medicine - January 12, 2016
New Type of Antidepressant Found to Act Quickly in Mice
Compound already tested in humans for other purposes and found nontoxic

2015

Johns Hopkins Medicine – October 12, 2015
Lithium Safe, Effective for Children with Bipolar Disorder
Study in young patients confirms value of short-term use; results on long-term use forthcoming

Johns Hopkins Medicine – September 9, 2015
Study with ‘Never-Smokers’ Sheds Light on the Earliest Stages of Nicotine Dependence
Research examines vulnerability to nicotine addiction among nonusers

Johns Hopkins Medicine – August 20, 2015
Study Documents Extent of Unexpected Sexual Consequences for Young Women Who Drink Alcohol 
Could lead to interventions that encourage safer behaviors in young women and men

Johns Hopkins Medicine - July 9, 2015
Faster Weight Gain Can Be Safe For Hospitalized Anorexia Patients
Johns Hopkins Medicine study challenges current standard recommendations

Johns Hopkins Medicine - July 7, 2015
Stress-Coping Strategy and Mom’s Stress Levels During Pregnancy May Determine Anorexia Susceptibility in Rats

Johns Hopkins Medicine - June 23, 2015
Medical Marijuana 'Edibles Mostly Mislabeled

Johns Hopkins Medicine - June 8, 2015
Johns Hopkins' Geetha Jayaram Honored with Rotary Foundation Global Alumni Service to Humanity Award

Johns Hopkins Medicine  – May 27, 2015
Weak Electric Current to the Brain May Improve Thinking in People with Schizophrenia

Johns Hopkins Medicine – May 13, 2015
‘Extreme’ Exposure To Secondhand Cannabis Smoke Causes Mild Intoxication

Johns Hopkins Medicine – April 23, 2015
Children with ADHD at Risk for Binge Eating, Study Shows
Disordered eating pattern can lead to obesity, other health problems

Johns Hopkins Medicine – April 23, 2015
Strategy Found for Safely Prescribing Antidepressants to Children and Adolescents

Johns Hopkins Medicine – April 22, 2015
Kay Redfield Jamison Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Johns Hopkins Medicine – April 20, 2015
PTSD Common in ICU Survivors

Johns Hopkins University - March 11, 2015
Drug Restores Brain Function and Memory in Early Alzheimer’s Disease

Johns Hopkins Medicine  - March 9, 2015
Psychedelic Drug Use Could Reduce Psychological Distress, Suicidal Thinking

Johns Hopkins Medicine – January 26, 2015
Study of Former NFL Players Reveals Specifics of Concussive Brain Damage

Johns Hopkins Medicine - January 7, 2015
Physical Recovery in Critically Ill Patients Can Predict Remission of General Anxiety and PTSD Symptoms

2014

Algae in Your Throat? Scientist Discover Algae Virus in Humans
Johns Hopkins Children's Center - Online Release

September 11, 2014
Magic Mushrooms Help Longtime Smokers Quit
Johns Hopkins Medicine - Online Release

August 18, 2014
Stem Cells Reveal How Illness-Linked Genetic Variation Affects Neurons
Johns Hopkins Medicine - Online Release

July 30, 2014
A Blood Test for Suicide?
Johns Hopkins Medicine - Online Release

May 28, 2014
Steroids Prescribed in the ICU Linked to Delirium
Johns Hopkins Medicine - Online Release

May 13, 2014
Researchers Identify Genetic Marker Linked to OCD
Johns Hopkins Medicine - Online Release

March 31, 2014
Experimental Cancer Drug Reverses Schizophrenia in Adolescent Mice
Johns Hopkins Medicine - Online release

February 18, 2014
Antidepressant Holds Promise in Treating Alzheimer's Agitation
Johns Hopkins Medicine - Online release

February 2, 2014
Experimental care program keeps people with dementia at home longer, study shows
Johns Hopkins Medicine - Online release

January 29, 2014
Less Than Half of Children Treated for Anxiety Achieve Long-Term Relief
Johns Hopkins Children Center - Online release