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Baumhefner said for many patients with breakthrough disease on standard IFNβ-1a, increasing the treatment dosage with twice-weekly therapy may be an acceptable alternative to switching treatments.

June Halper, MSN, MSCN, CMCS CEO, agreed, noting that "it makes a lot of sense for some patients to stay on a drug that has worked for them, and tweak the therapy if there is a breakthrough instead of automatically moving on to another drug," she told MedPage Today.

Baumhefner said a prospective, blinded, randomized trial comparing once-weekly and twice-weekly intramuscular IFNβ-1a may be warranted.

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The research was led by Australian mental health research unit the Black Dog Institute, which says mental illness costs Australian businesses bn a year (?6bn).

Lead author, associate professor Samuel Harvey, said the findings are 'a wake-up call'.

To judge how strenuous someone's the researchers asked people about their ability to make decisions at work, the opportunity to use their skills, and about the pace, intensity and conflicting demands they experience at work.

Professor Harvey said: 'The results indicate that if we were able to eliminate job strain situations in the workplace, up to 14 percent of cases of common mental illness could be avoided.

'Workplaces can adopt a range of measures to reduce job strain, and finding ways to increase workers' perceived control of their work is often a good practical first step.

'This can be achieved through initiatives that involve workers in as many decisions as possible.'

How the research was carried out

The Black Dog Institute examined records of 6,870 people from the UK National Child Development Study, all of whom were born in the same week in 1958.

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One in 25 children aged 10 or 11 'severely obese'

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Acknowledgments

We are thankful to Dr. Craig Porter (UTMB) for help in mitochondrial functional analysis studies.