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Significant progress has been made in containing the opioid epidemic, but new threats loom. Thomas Kosten, MD, an addiction psychiatrist, takes a brief look.

Dr. Brian Miller

Brian Miller joins the Editorial Board of Psychiatric Times.

COUTERPOINT: A small number of psychiatrists have been critical of our profession’s restraint regarding public comments by psychiatrists about the mental health of the 45th President.

POINT: After 41 years of membership, a psychiatrist resigns from the APA after it holds its ground on the Goldwater Rule.

Ryan M. Bottary

While patients with restless legs syndrome may be successfully treated with a number of medications, comorbid psychiatric conditions present a unique challenge because many commonly prescribed psychiatric medications may worsen RLS symptoms.

Not just a nuisance, no-shows are an opportunity to turn things around for patients with bipolar disorder, whose treatment adherence hovers around 60%.

Michelle Riba, MD, MS

We psychiatrists can't solve the world's political problems, but we can help those who are affected by them. Suggestions here.

Micronutrient deficiencies can bring about a range of mental health complications. Take the quiz and learn more.

A window into what your colleagues actually think and do.

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Interaction between the brain and behavior implies that comprehensive progress cannot be made to relieve the suffering of patients without systematically addressing the brain basis of such conditions.

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