Patients who use educational resources, such as the Depression Center Toolkit, are much more likely to become an active and engaged participant in managing his or her own health.
They love to talk like air traffic controllers: “Angle the spinal needle 20 degrees and push gently toward the midline.” And though I don’t say “Roger”...
This slideshow provides information about the compounds, clinically relevant attributes, approximate dose, and data under study.
Educational privilege may play major role in age-related memory loss and dementia risk.
Three news studies show how eating habits and other lifestyle factors affect cognition and brain imaging may be useful in predicting dementia.
“Even after the Pittsburgh shootings, our ability to empathize suggests otherwise,” writes Ronald W. Pies, MD, in a commentary regarding the nature and origin of hatred.
Let us look at two major trends in our evolving understanding of this complex mood disorder and its treatment, to wrap up 2018 and to consider the year ahead.
Are mood stabilizers causing strokes? Can we treat bipolar II without medication? The past year brought answers to these questions and more.
An assessment of what has been accomplished, how the field is changing, and new directions for scholarship as we forge ahead into the next year.
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