ADHD has been significantly associated with a primary diagnosis of impulse control disorder and bipolar disorder and most commonly associated with social phobia and major depressive disorder. Details here. . .
The paradigm for modern psychiatry is evidence-based medicine... More »
When my clinic manager told me that prison may be the best... More »
Epidemiological studies show that, 4% to 5% of the general population have severe ADHD.1 Of this number, half have a comorbid substance use disorder, such as cigarette smoking.2 As it stands, few physicians feel comfortable diagnosing and managing... More »
I first met 22-year-old “Linda” when she was brought to the emergency department (ED) after a drug overdose. Although the drug Linda had ingested—clonazepam—was a CNS depressant, she did not appear groggy or sedated. In fact, her speech was rapid and... More »
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