"Antidepressant" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Anorexia Nervosa & Bulimia Nervosa

    Running head: EATING DISORDERS Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa Table of Contents I. Eating Disorders : Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa 1. Title page…………………………………………………..1 2. Table of contents…………………………………………..2 3. Text…………..…………………………………………….3-11 4. Conclusion………………………………………………….12 5. References………………………………………………………13 a. Introduction b. Discussion c. Conclusion d. References In an effort to achieve social acceptance in our Western

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  • Research Proposal: Depression in Children & Adolescence - A Cause for Concern?

    Introduction Unhappiness among children and adolescents seems to be rising‚ but labeling it as depression and prescribing antidepressants are ineffective and possibly harmful‚ (Timimi‚ S (2005)‚ isn’t it about time we focus on the underlying reasons? Common misconceptions and responses to hearing that a child is depressed or has depression are‚ ’but what do they have to be depressed about?’. Just 40 years ago‚ many physicians doubted the existence of significant depressive disorders in children

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  • Infertility In The Handmaid's Tale

    An opinion most people share is that of children bringing happiness to your life. “Being a parent is the best thing that’s ever happened to me” they say‚ but what happens when a couple can’t conceive naturally? In the Novel The Handmaid’s Tale the problem of infertility is presented to us. The wives are unable to have children therefore the handmaid’s are the one’s who conceive. Womens infertility is from primary or secondary factors. The primary factor is for a woman whom has never had children

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  • Dolin V. Smithkine Beecham Corp. And Mylan Case Summary

    Mohammed Alkhudair Professor Harris IENG 461 8 Sept 2015 Dolin v. Smithkine Beecham Corp. & Mylan‚ Inc. Summary: Stewart Dolin‚ a 35 year-old man‚ was prescribed Paxin by his family doctor. The medication was prescribed to help with the work-related anxiety and depression. According to court records‚ Mr. Dolin’s prescription‚ however‚ was ultimately filled with a generic version of paroxetine. A few days later‚ after taking paroxetine‚ Mr Dolin committed suicide. The autopsy showed positive for

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  • -jijijijijiji

    world’s leading animal rights organization‚ are against zoos. They have stated that there are a handful of cases where animals are locked and are given anti-depressants. “The Humboldt penguins at Scarborough Sea Life Centre have been prescribed antidepressants because they’re so unhappy” –www.peta.org In retrospect‚ zoos cause more trouble than good for animals. Animals have rights and shouldn’t be kept in zoos for entertainment and profit.

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  • Research Paper On Abilify-Drugs

    Problems and Solutions Drug Research Report David Jaime Health Careers High School Abstract The first drug that I am researching is Abilify or the generic name aripiprazole. Aripiprazole was first approved by the Food and Drug Administration on November 15‚ 2002 as a atypical antipsychotic. RxLists (2015) states the “empirical formula to be C23H27Cl2N3O2”. http://www.rxlist.com/abilify-drug.htm Abilify can be administered orally or injected(parenteral). Via the oral route Abilify can come as

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  • Different Types of Therapy

    Running head: Types of Therapy Types of Therapy   Abstract: The ultimate goal of this paper is to explore to different types of therapy. Type of therapy is to help the client deal more successfully with a disorder or a situation. The specific treatment goals depend on the individual client‚ the therapist’s theories and the situation at hand. The goal may be concrete‚ such as quitting smoking‚ or more abstract‚ such as anger management. The ultimate goal of this paper is to explore

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  • Case Studies

    For each case‚ include the following: An analysis of the situation and possible causes for the subject’s behavior A preliminary diagnosis of the subject’s disorder using the symptoms he or she displays The set of therapies you suggest for helping the subject deal with his or her symptoms Case Study Number One: Karen Karen is a 30-year-old single woman. She was referred to a psychiatrist after six visits to her primary care physician complaining of headaches‚ body aches‚ sharp pains

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  • how not to get depressed when life get difficult

    How not to get depressed when life gets difficult. Depression drains ones energy‚ hopes‚ and drives‚ making it difficult to accomplish what one needs to do in order to feel better. But while overcoming depression isn’t quick or easy‚ it’s far from impossible. One can’t beat it through sheer willpower‚ but having control over it even if the depression is severe and stubbornly persistent. The key is to start small and build from there. Feeling better takes time‚ but one can get there if the

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  • Case study depression

    Case Study: Depression Answer Sheet Ellen: Depression and Suicidality Student Name: Diagnosing Ellen 1a. Refer to the DSM-IV checklist and list all symptoms that Ellen has that match the criteria for major depressive episode. Which of Ellen’s symptoms meet any of the criteria? (Be sure to match specific symptoms with specific criteria.) Ellen is not comfortable and feels out of place and therefore is not interested in social activities‚ she feels guilty about not having a very loving relationship

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