Reference: Journal of Psychiatric Research, doi: 10.jpsychires.002Source: Kara Gavin httUniversity of Michigan Health SystemWomen with depression may be more likely than men to get relief from a commonly used, inexpensive antidepressant is, a new national study. But many members of both sexes may find that it helps ease their symptoms of depression.

The persistence a gender difference in the response to the drug – even after the researchers considered for many complicating factors – suggests that it refers to a real biological difference in the way the drugs women in comparison to men. The reasons for this difference are unclear, but further studies are now investigating hormonal variations that may play a role.The authors well investigate two more quality measures that could indicate the quality of End of Life Care – pain and shortness. That results of the study will be expected to be be published in any other forthcoming paper. – ‘We believe these measures, which easily calculated from said data already been are collected, potential quality of the quality of the end of life in a nursing home,’said Mukamel. ‘This is the first such measures such a measure, and we hope to a long to a long overdue discussion healthcare community regarding this important issue.

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