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Light Box Therapy: A Treatment for All Seasons?
A new protocol makes light therapy an option for patients with bipolar depression.
Curcumin: New Use for an Old Spice?
Although recent reviews caution against overenthusiasm, what if a simple, inexpensive, and extremely low-risk anti-inflammatory was at hand?
A Lab Test for Bipolar Disorder?
Several new findings have emerged, one of which comes very close to providing a noninvasive “lab test” for bipolar disorder.
Is Topiramate a Mood Stabilizer?
A brief overview of the many trials that have asked this weighty question.
Bipolar Plus OCD: Which to Treat First?
Be cautious: not all obsessive thinking is OCD.
Lithium for Alzheimer Prevention: What Are We Waiting for?
Why is there so little clamor for a drug that prevents neurodegeneration, carries very low risk, and is unlikely to produce significant side effects?
A Spectrum Approach to Mood Disorders
Bravely enter territory that academia has largely neglected—the nebulous region between full bipolar disorder and major depression.
New Psychopharmacology Algorithms
Dr David Osser offers compelling reasons why you might want to take a look at these 7 algorithms, each of which offers actionable consultations—usually in under 2 minutes.
Risk of Aggressive Behavior in Bipolar Disorder
Ranked by the World Health Organization among the top 10 most disabling disorders in the world, bipolar disorder was the subject of review in a recent study. Here, a video summary by the lead author of a study on bipolar disorder and aggression.
Exploring New Therapeutic Areas in the Treatment of Depression and Bipolar Disorder
Dr Gerard Sanacora discusses novel antidepressant agents with potential clinical relevance for the treatment of major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder.
The Relevance of Neuroscience for Psychiatrists
Many psychiatrists are not familiar with the latest developments in neuroscience and many clinicians are a bit skeptical about the relevance of neuroscience in their practice.
Mood Disorders in 3 Clinical Reports
Useful information about mood disorders in 3 key areas—bipolar disorder, comorbid ADHD and depression, and suicide risk.
Practice Patterns for ADHD and Other Disorders Collide
Recent data show that widespread discrepancy exists between clinical guidelines and practice patterns for ADHD, dementia, and bipolar disorders.
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