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Can Phytotherapy Treat Anxiety Disorders?

Researchers recently conducted a review of the efficacy of phytotherapy for treating anxiety disorders to find new plant-based medicines with fewer side effects and...
anxiety disorders

Could Online Collaborative Care Help Treat Mood and Anxiety Disorders?

A randomized clinical trial evaluates whether online CCBT and internet support groups provide superior depression and anxiety disorder treatment. The addition of non-physician care managers...
health anxiety

Can Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Treat Health Anxiety?

A new study examines whether cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), a commonly used mental health intervention, is effective in treating health anxiety. Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)...
panic disorder

Panic Disorder and Anxiety: Risks of Medication during Pregnancy

Researchers determine whether medications for panic disorder and generalized anxiety disorder increase the risk of adverse outcomes during pregnancy. Panic disorder and generalized anxiety disorder...
childhood anxiety disorders

Childhood Anxiety Disorders: CBT or Medication?

There is strong evidence to support the effectiveness of both cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) when treating childhood anxiety...
anxiety disorders

Are Anxiety Disorders Something to Worry About?

Anxiety disorders are prevalent and impairing. A recent article in JAMA summarizes the research so far and lays out the current accepted treatment plan...
depression in COPD

Hello? Telephone-Based Therapy for Anxiety and Depression in COPD Patients

Depression and anxiety are often prevalent in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), but these patients do not often seek traditional therapy. A...
behavioural therapy

Brief Behavioural Therapy Improves Anxiety and Depression in Youth

Anxiety and depression are very prevalent in the young population and the majority of cases are left untreated. A new study published in JAMA...

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