]] particularly efficient sources of Omega-3 The "feel-good" hormone serotonin , depleted by pregnancy, can be replenished by adding sources of omega-3 to the diets of pregnant women and new mothers - a development particularly beneficial to the 10 to 15 percent of women at risk for postpartum depression , according to a recent University of Montreal study published in the latest edition of the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry.
What does CJP stand for?
CJP stands for Canadian Journal of Psychiatry
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We have 48 other meanings of CJP in our Acronym Attic
- Callejon (Guatemala)
- Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing (Oncology Nursing Society)
- Customer Job Order Number (Defense Information Systems Agency; US DoD)
- Canadian Journal Of Nursing Administration
- Czechoslovak Journal of Physics
- Chief Joint Operations
- Central Jersey Orthopaedic Specialists (Pennsylvania)
- Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
- Concert Jazz Orchestra Vienna
- Canadian Journal of Philosophy (est. 1971)
- Central Java Power (Indonesia)
- Centre for Justice and Peace (India)
- Centre Jean Perrin (French health center)
- Challenge Jeunes Pousses (French youth business competition)
- Chief Justice of Pakistan
- Christlich-Jüdische Projekte (German)
- Clermont Japon Pièces (French automotive parts company)
- Climate Justice Programme (Australia)
- Clinical Journal of Pain
- Club du Jeune Philatéliste (French: Junior Stamp Club; Morocco)
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The findings are published in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry.
Sexsomnia was first identified as a form of parasomnia in the 1990s and published in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry in 2003.
Awad, "Adolescent Female Firesetters," Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 36 (1991): 401-404.
Epidemiology of pathological gambling in Edmonton, Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 38:108-112, 1993.
Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 41(8 Suppl 2), S35-S40.
Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 1989; 34(50:399-404.
The findings were published in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry.