‘Motivational’ Interviews Reduce Depression, Increase Survival After Stroke

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Drug Intervention: ‘Motivational’ interviews reduce depression, increase survival after stroke
Patients who received several sessions of a “motivational interview” early after a stroke had normal mood, fewer instances of depression and greater survival rates at one year compared to patients who received standard stroke care, according to new research reported in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association.
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Drug Intervention: In Congress, a bipartisan push for Afghan drawdown
Growing numbers of lawmakers are balking both at the length of the war in Afghanistan and its cost.
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Drug Intervention: Drug awareness program
It’s easy to put on blinders and dismiss the possibility that our children may abuse drugs and alcohol. “That doesn’t happen to people like us. Our children are good kids from a good home.”
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