The neuroprotective role of resilience in patients with schizophrenia who experienced early childhood trauma is evaluated in this brief update.
Are we happier when we don’t eat sugar or gluten and should we all be gluten-free?
In this exclusive interview, Psyched! podcast hosts continue the conversation with a leading researcher on mind-gut connections.
An expert talks about his interest in the mind’s relationship to the GI tract, some basics of what bacterial gut/brain communication is, and the evolutionary biology theories behind it.
Three new studies on genetic risk factors and lifestyle; the transition from cognitive health to Alzheimer disease; and metabolic syndrome in depressed older adults.
Schizophrenia and T2 DM risk; short-term weight gain with specific antipsychotics; interventions to reduce weight and/or metabolic abnormalities. . .answers here.
Because patients who have psychiatric illnesses typically receive less frequent medical care, psychiatrists must aim to ensure appropriate monitoring of metabolic parameters when antipsychotic medications are used.
How does a pituitary result in a psychiatric emergency? Read more clues to this clinical puzzle.
Despite increasing awareness of the cardiovascular risks, adequate treatment of the metabolic syndrome remains a persistent challenge.
Recent findings suggest metabolic abnormalities may be independent of the effects of antipsychotics.