Evidence that ovarian hormones, but not diet and exercise, contribute to the sex disparity in post-traumatic stress disorder

Authors: Megan Wiseman, Megan Hinks, Darcy Hallett, Jaqueline Blundell, Ellen Sweeney, Christina Thorpe, Susan Walling, Ashlyn Swift-Gallant Journal: Journal of Psychiatric Research, 168. Abstract:¬†Females are twice as likely as males to receive a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). One hypothesis for this sex disparity is that ovarian hormones, including estrogen and progesterone, contribute to Read more about Evidence that ovarian hormones, but not diet and exercise, contribute to the sex disparity in post-traumatic stress disorder[…]

New Publication – PTSD and Ovarian Hormones

Congratulations to Dr. Ashlyn Swift-Gallant and team on their new publication in the Journal of Psychiatric Research, “Evidence that ovarian hormones, but not diet and exercise, contribute to the sex disparity in post-traumatic stress disorder.” Dr. Swift-Gallant’s research used questionnaire data from Atlantic PATH participants. Free 50 day access: https://bit.ly/46SNDft Dr. Swift-Gallant is based in Read more about New Publication – PTSD and Ovarian Hormones[…]