Preface: life course epidemiology and comorbidity. Part I: Epidemiology. Physical and psychiatric illness across adolescence: a life course perspective. The consequences of psychopathology in the Baltimore Epidemiologic Catchment Area follow-up. Part II: Risk Factors. Linking fetal experience to adult disease: examples from schizophrenia. Epidemiological phenotype hunting: panic and interstitial cystitis. Fundamental social causes: the ascendancy of social factors as determinants of distributions of mental illnesses in populations. Part III: Mood Disorders. Mood disorders and the heart. Depression: a major, unrecognized risk factor for osteoporosis? Cognitive impairment and the phenomenology and course of geriatric depression. Part IV: Emotions and Health. Allostasis and allostatic load over the life course. Emotions, personality, and health. Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue: the story of "Gulf War syndrome." Part V: Schizophrenia. Use of national medical databases to study medical illness and mortality in schizophrenia. COX-2 inhibition in schizophrenia: focus on clinical effects of celecoxib therapy and the role of TNF-α;. Schizophrenia, metabolic disturbance, and cardiovascular risk. Index.
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