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  1. The latest and most commonly used classifications of antidepressant medications are:
  1. In 2006, three SSRI antidepressant medications were listed as the most commonly prescribed medications used in the US for treating depression.  They were:
  1. The single cause for depression demonstrated in women has been identified as:
  1. The following categories of medications have been used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, except one, what is the exception?
  1. Stroke and heart attack share similar risk factors, except one, what is the EXCEPTION?
  1. A specific antibody can be identified from immunological testing in most patients that fully confirms the presence of rheumatoid arthritis in the body?
  1. Numerous factors (hormonal, genetic and environmental) have been speculated as risk factors affecting the body’s immune system attacking multiple joints and placing one at risk for rheumatoid arthritis.
  1. According to the American Heart Association, women should maintain total cholesterol below 200 mg/dL and HDL levels should be above 50 mg/dL and the LDL levels and triglyceride levels should be:
  1. The Office of Women’s Health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identifies stroke as the 2nd leading cause of death among American women, behind cancer deaths?
  1. All of the following are modifiable risk factors for stroke except one, what is the EXCEPTION?
  1. The American College of Rheumatology uses all the following criteria in classifying rheumatoid arthritis except one, what is the EXCEPTION?
  1. To understand the effects of a stroke, it is important to first understand the location of damage in the brain.
  1. All the following statements are true EXCEPT:
  1. The active ingredient available in an alcohol-free over-the-counter chemotherapeutic rinse for the treatment of plaque-induced gingivitis is:
  1. The cure for rheumatoid arthritis involves a series of complex medications, physical therapy and surgery to correct the joint deformity.