"I walk back to her bedside and take her hand. I kiss her gently, hoping it won’t be the last. 'I’ll be back soon. You know I will always find you,'” writes the author in a personal account of life with her aging mother.
All summer southwest wind stirs the weeping willows the way my breath disturbs a settled life when I whisper the cancer diagnosis...
Findings from a new study may have implications in relation to early childhood interventions and later targeted pharmacotherapies for MDD.
New data indicate that dementia is largely undiagnosed or unrecognized; exposure to general anesthesia and surgery can lead to a subtle decline in memory and thinking skills in older adults; and sarcopenic obesity in older adults may predict dementia.
This special collection provides new insights on major aspects of depression: psychopharmacology, therapeutic interventions, major depressive episodes, biomarkers, and pseudobulbar affect.
Cortisol and thyroid hormone levels may help predict response to cholinesterase inhibitors in patients with Alzheimer disease.
A meta-analysis exploring factors associated with quality of life in first-episode psychosis provides guidance and take-home points for clinicians.
When patients ask, “How long should I continue antipsychotic treatment after the first episode of schizophrenia?”, consider this 20-year follow-up study.
Do personality disorders get a bad rap? Take the quiz and learn more.
Dr Phelps puts thyroid dysfunction into clinical context for patients with comorbid mood disorders.