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Boston Globe
Magnetic pulses into the brain? They’re actually an established treatment for depression, now getting easier to findhow TMS works, because they don’t know exactly what causes depression, said Dr.
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
how TMS works, because they don’t know exactly what causes depression, said Dr. Oscar G. Morales, medical director of McLean Hospital’s TMS service. “We don’t know what part of the system is wrong,” he said. Jerry Peppe doesn’t know what... Read more
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Boston Globe
A new challenge in mental health: Detecting psychosis before it beginsintervention is actually the best thing we can do,” said Dr. Dost Öngür, chief
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
intervention is actually the best thing we can do,” said Dr. Dost Öngür, chief of the psychotic disorders division at McLean Hospital, who developed the questionnaire along with a team from other Harvard-affiliated hospitals. “Once a patient... Read more
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Boston Globe
Globe staff photos of the month, August 2017turvy flight off Jetties Beach. (Stan Grossfeld/ Globe Staff) A patient underg
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
turvy flight off Jetties Beach. (Stan Grossfeld/ Globe Staff) A patient undergoes transcranial magnetic stimulation at McLean Hospital in Belmont.. TMS is a treatment for depression in which magnetic pulses are sent into the brain. It was... Read more
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Boston Globe
Behind the luxury: Turmoil and shoddy care inside five-star addiction treatment centersfor the same job there. For most of his career, Halpern was a researcher at th
Boston Globe / Posted 25 days ago
for the same job there. For most of his career, Halpern was a researcher at the highly regarded, Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital, studying the effects and potential medicinal value of hallucinogenic drugs. He has received awards and... Read more
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Boston Globe
Behind the luxury: Turmoil and shoddy care inside five-star addiction treatment centersfor the same job there. For most of his career, Halpern was a researcher at th
Boston Globe / Posted 26 days ago
for the same job there. For most of his career, Halpern was a researcher at the highly regarded, Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital, studying the effects and potential medicinal value of hallucinogenic drugs. He has received awards and... Read more
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Newsmax
Lithium in Drinking Water May Combat Alzheimer'sbut you have to be careful about inferring cause and effect," said Dr. Brent Fo
Newsmax / Posted 28 days ago
but you have to be careful about inferring cause and effect," said Dr. Brent Forester, head of the geriatric division of McLean Hospital, a psychiatric hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts affiliated with Harvard Medical School, who wasn’t involved... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Lithium in drinking water may affect Alzheimer's riskbut you have to be careful about inferring cause and effect," said Dr. Brent Fo
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 28 days ago
but you have to be careful about inferring cause and effect," said Dr. Brent Forester, head of the geriatric division of McLean Hospital, a psychiatric hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts affiliated with Harvard Medical School, who wasn’t involved... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Computers help doctors better treat patients with mental illnessskilled psychiatrists may not pick up on everything. TRENDING STORIES: That’s
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 29 days ago
skilled psychiatrists may not pick up on everything. TRENDING STORIES: That’s why for the last two years, his team at McLean Hospital in Massachusetts, along with a group from Carnegie Mellon, have been training computers to help treat mental... Read more

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