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Study warns antipsychotics are dangerous for dementia patients

AANP SmartBrief | Mar 20, 2015

Researchers found that antipsychotic drugs may raise dementia patients' risk of premature death more than previously thought, and risk is correlated to dose with newer antidepressants. The study was reported in JAMA Psychiatry. "The harms associated with using these drugs in dementia patients are clear. ... These results should raise the threshold for prescribing further," study author Dr. Donovan Maust said. HealthDay News (03/18)


Clinical trial compares 2 antibiotics for cellulitis

AANP SmartBrief | Mar 20, 2015

Researchers develop diabetes progression prediction tool

AANP SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2015

New CE article in JNP offers update on statins

AANP SmartBrief | Mar 20, 2015

Phase I study finds Biogen's experimental drug stalls Alzheimer's

AANP SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2015

Obama outlines new health care cost containment initiative

AANP SmartBrief | Mar 25, 2015

Nursing education partnership plans new NP programs

AANP SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2015

USPSTF draft: Inadequate evidence on pros, cons of thyroid screening

AANP SmartBrief | Mar 25, 2015

Hormone therapy linked with benefits for women taking statins

AANP SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2015

Oral health toolkit available

AANP SmartBrief | Mar 25, 2015


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