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- Understanding of trauma and the diagnosis PTSD had been updated in the DSM-5 and in the corresponding article.
- All you need to know about atomoxetine, including the results of a comprehensive meta-analysis.
- DSM-5 changes to diagnosing substance use disorders are confusing. See a visual summary of changes to the criteria here.
- Cooper-Simpson Test helps start lithium therapy faster on an inpatient unit. Did you know that the test can be used in children?
- DSM-5 permits the diagnosis of separation anxiety disorder in adults. The article had been updated with the evidence for that inclusion.
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