Today’s “NIH/NIMH Research News Update” can be best described as brief yet very important. There is new information about the use of stimulant medication for ADHD and sudden death in children, cognitive therapy for depression to help at risk teens, Citalopram is no better than placebo in children with Autism, and the search to identify suicide risk factors for persons receiving anti-depressant treatment.
Here are today’s NIH/NIMH research updates:
- Questions Raised About Stimulants and Sudden Death
- Re-shaping Negative Thoughts Shields At-Risk Teens from Depression
- Citalopram No Better Than Placebo Treatment for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Searching for Risk Factors of Suicidal Events During Antidepressant Treatment