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Haloperidol is a typical antipsychotic. It is in the butyrophenone class of antipsychotic medications and has pharmacological effects similar to the phenothiazines.
Research identifies characteristics linked with higher risk of sudden cardiac arrest in people with type 2 diabetes

Research identifies characteristics linked with higher risk of sudden cardiac arrest in people with type 2 diabetes

Changes in dopamine levels in the brain affect emotion-recognition

Changes in dopamine levels in the brain affect emotion-recognition

Study shows massive variations in prescribing of “comfort kit” medications by hospice agencies

Study shows massive variations in prescribing of “comfort kit” medications by hospice agencies

Dopamine plays a significant role in recognizing human emotions, new study reveals

Dopamine plays a significant role in recognizing human emotions, new study reveals

Antipsychotic drugs associated with increase in risk of breast cancer

Antipsychotic drugs associated with increase in risk of breast cancer

Scientists use anti-psychotics to treat flies displaying behavioral problems linked to schizophrenia-associated genes

Scientists use anti-psychotics to treat flies displaying behavioral problems linked to schizophrenia-associated genes

Mice experiencing hallucination-like events provide clues to understand psychosis

Mice experiencing hallucination-like events provide clues to understand psychosis

Study explains why antipsychotic medications lead to weight gain, promote metabolic syndrome

Study explains why antipsychotic medications lead to weight gain, promote metabolic syndrome

Transcriptomics identifies possible COVID-19 therapies

Transcriptomics identifies possible COVID-19 therapies

GlobalData: Patients treated for ICU delirium will increase as COVID-19 outbreak continues

GlobalData: Patients treated for ICU delirium will increase as COVID-19 outbreak continues

What are the challenges facing palliative care during COVID-19?

What are the challenges facing palliative care during COVID-19?

How cannabis interacts with medications

How cannabis interacts with medications

Finding opens door to early identification of individuals at risk for delirium complications

Finding opens door to early identification of individuals at risk for delirium complications

Protein SV2A levels could explain poor neuronal connections in schizophrenia

Protein SV2A levels could explain poor neuronal connections in schizophrenia

New probe can identify and latch onto proteins on surface of endoplasmic reticulum

New probe can identify and latch onto proteins on surface of endoplasmic reticulum

Researchers develop technique to track proteins on the surfaces of endoplasmic reticulum in cells

Researchers develop technique to track proteins on the surfaces of endoplasmic reticulum in cells

Case study: Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome in a patient with ALS

Case study: Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome in a patient with ALS

Roundworm study suggests alternatives for treatment of schizophrenia

Roundworm study suggests alternatives for treatment of schizophrenia

Changing drugs, deprescribing do not lower severity and duration of delirium in ICU patients

Changing drugs, deprescribing do not lower severity and duration of delirium in ICU patients

Study highlights need for personalized approach to treat ICU acquired delirium

Study highlights need for personalized approach to treat ICU acquired delirium

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