Four psychiatrists have joined the distinguished members of our Editorial Board. And our Editorial Director passes the torch.
Psychogenic purpura is a rare and poorly understood syndrome. However, early recognition and intervention can lead to remissions which may last years.
Why do positive emotional feelings make us feel more connected to others?
The thorny issue of “end-of-life care” is likely to remain controversial in the US, with physicians themselves holding a wide variety of views.
Because immunologic processes connected to psychiatric disorders have received considerable attention, we invite you to test your knowledge on the pathophysiologic process of depression and inflammation.
The US is facing the largest epidemic of opioid overdose deaths in its history. This CME addresses issues associated with the medication-assisted treatment protocol for opioid use disorder.
The Department of Justice apprehended a perpetrator whose electronic stalking behaviors went to the extreme. This and other editors’ choices on stories you may have missed.
In children who have a first-degree relative with bipolar disorder, the severity of symptoms predicts whether they will transition to the illness.
Regardless of the symptoms that a child presents with, careful monitoring for hypomania is needed if the problems are significant and the parent has bipolar disorder.
Improving sleep hygiene is very effective and low-risk in older adults. Which habits work best and which should be avoided? Take the quiz and learn more.
It is time for the psychiatric and wider medical world to embrace lessons from the growing science of resilience to treat the wide range of stress-related medical and psychiatric disorders more effectively.
I wanted this to be like a fairy tale walk in the woods before kids, careers, blood clots and bone mets...
Why aren’t we Americans as happy as we should be, given all the wonderful things we have in our lives?
Three new studies highlight sedentary behavior and memory, cognitive decline in psychosis, and risk of dementia with anticholinergic drugs.
How do brain changes, inflammation, and genetic risk factors modulate the development of PTSD or depression in patients with a history of trauma?