By Francesco Carelli, University of Milan, Rome
With about 170 works from the Museum of Arts in Budapest, it is come to Ara Pacis in Rome a major exhibition on the painter bohemienne Toulouse-Lautrec, of the late nineteenth century, that traces the artist’s life, shortly before his death at only 36 years.
In the current issue of Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics a meta-analysis is performed on the cardiovascular risk of antidepressant drugs.Antidepressants are commonly prescribed medications, but their long-term health effects are debated. Antidepressants disrupt multiple adaptive processes regulated by evolutionarily ancient biochemicals, potentially increasing mortality. However, many antidepressants also have anticlotting properties that can be efficacious in treating cardiovascular disease.
Study finds patients with very high stress levels use emotion-focused coping methods
Study shows significant improvement in heart health when patients practice both activities
Autumn is flu season and that means it is high season for pharmacies selling over-the-counter cold and flu remedies. Those who aren’t reminded by their own running noses, are sure to be alerted to these types of pharmaceutical drugs by advertisements and posters. A team of researchers has recently studied the extent to which pharmaceutical advertising supports the so-called self-empowerment of patients. The investigation focused on Brazil, the fastest-growing pharmaceutical drug market in the world.