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Article describes predictors of post-TBI psychiatric disorders A history of psychiatric illness such as depression or anxiety before a traumatic human brain injury , as well as other risk factors, are predictive of post-TBI psychiatric disorders strongly, according to an article published in Journal of Neurotrauma, a peer-reviewed journal published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. The article is available free online at In addition to a pre-damage psychiatric disorder, two other factors are early indicators of an elevated risk for psychiatric illness twelve months after a TBI: psychiatric symptoms during the acute post-damage period, and a concurrent limb damage. Kate Rachel Gould, DPsych, Jennie Louise Ponsford, PhD, Lisa Johnston, PhD, and Michael Sch-nberger, PhD, Epworth Medical center and Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, and University of Freiburg, Baden-W-rttemberg, Germany, explain a link between threat of psychiatric symptoms and unemployment also, pain, and low quality of life during the 12-month post-TBI period tadalis-reviews.com http://tadalis-reviews.com .

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Artists should get involved with fight against HIV/Helps in Southern Africa, official says Local and regional artists and celebrities should become increasingly involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa because they understand the cultures affected by the disease, Eugene Marillier-Malotana, founder and director of the Southern African Advancement Community Artists AIDS Festival and the SADC Artists AIDS Support Network, stated recently, the Financial Gazette/AllAfrica.com reviews. According to Marillier-Malotana, it will be more effective for local HIV/Helps programs if local and not international superstars were involved. Marillier-Malotana provides initiated an artists’ forum that brings together Zimbabwean poets, actors and musicians to discuss HIV/AIDS issues.

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