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During the past 5 years, new insights into the pathophysiological processes that underlie schizophrenia have been revealed. Here's a quick update.

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In high risk patients, cognitive deficits such as impaired working memory and declarative memory may be an early indicator of psychosis.

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New research shows it’s not “all in your head”—it’s also in your gut.

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To understand and to feel understood is a powerful antidote to relieve human psychological suffering. Therein lies the heart of the self-medication hypothesis of addiction.

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An in-depth CME on DSM-5 criteria for persistent complex bereavement disorder and the clinical management of pathological reactions to the death of a loved one.

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Will the new Administration disrupt mental health coverage in this country?

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A personal account of a psychiatrist whose brother died by suicide.

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