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With antipsychotics, my once-brilliant child can again speak, write, read, and maintain hygiene and has regained motor functioning.

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Here’s a very unscientific survey of this year’s most meaningful issues is psychiatry. Quite a year.

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These few stories of refugees remind us what a stress to one’s sense of self the immigrant experience entails.They emphasize how important this perspective is when we are asked to evaluate and treat those recently here in the US, and sometimes those who have been here for a generation.

When was the last time in the midst of a presidential campaign that psychiatric diagnostic criteria were being discussed so widely?

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There are striking parallels between the work of the Supreme Court justices and that of psychiatrists.

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The CDC and FDA have -- at last -- recognized that there might be something of a problem in the way opiates are prescribed!

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For a change, here is some very good news coming from several fronts. "It’s almost like science fiction, but it’s real."

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