It’s an FDA approved technology, but what exactly is TMS and why should you be aware of it?
When patients endure repeated trials of medications to no avail in the areas of PTSD, panic disorder, bulimia nervosa, and other illnesses, psychiatrists are there.
If nearly 300 people dying each day from overdoses and suicides isn’t sufficient to motivate insurers to take immediate action to improve access to the full range of in-network benefits, we have a real problem.
Clinicians should be aware of recent research that highlights an important, although rare, adverse effect of this medication used to treat glaucoma.
Lamotrigine has unique benefits that are often missed in practice. Learn when to use it—and when to avoid it—in this tutorial.
This CME examines clinical features of psychosis following traumatic brain injury.
A working model that explains how a single shift can produce seemingly opposite symptoms.
Motivational interviewing can be very useful for addressing patients' ambivalence about psychopharmacologic issues. Take the quiz and learn more.
After the recent escalation of sexual scandals, the term "sex addiction" has come to the forefront.
In addition to the indirect positive effect that Dr. King had on the self-esteem of so many, he implicitly connected his work to psychiatry. Who better to associate MLK's vision of “Beloved Community” than psychiatrist Phyllis Harrison-Ross?
The latest news includes revealing tweets, ADHD medications and STD risk, and new insights from functional MRI.
The media has tremendous power in delivering messages to the public about mental illness. This year, the media got it wrong.
Preterm birth and low birth weight can heighten the risk by at least 2-fold.
For a long time, we have relied to a large extent on phenomenology and diagnosis to plan treatment strategies, but advancements in psychiatry are changing that for the better.
Dr. Torous looks at the pros and cons of digital psychiatry with the goal of framing the opportunities and challenges for the year ahead.