Which medical condition—characterized by the rapid onset of delirium, mania, and psychosis—is linked with bipolar disorder? Take the 5-question quiz and learn more.
Treatments for borderlinity and bipolarity are quite different. What if just 3 items from a standard screening questionnaire could increase your diagnostic certainty by 30%?
Useful information about mood disorders in 3 key areas—bipolar disorder, comorbid ADHD and depression, and suicide risk.
Potential risk factors related to comorbid ADHD and depression, strategies for proper diagnosis, and treatment approaches.
Has DSM-5 made diagnosis of bipolar disorder more difficult? Answers to this and 5 other questions.
A 20-year-old college sophomore with “depression and anxiety,” who is exercising ferociously and who is literally dying to lose more weight sets the stage.
Personality disorders are arguably the most challenging for psychiatrists because they are difficult to diagnose and frequently coexist with psychotic, affective, and anxiety disorders.
Who is responsible for treating the adolescent and young adult with psychiatric issues -- and when and how should transitions in care occur?
Striking findings on the relationship between stress and depression.
The SRT polymorphism is one of the most well studied genetic variations affecting mood disorders. Once personal genetic information is readily available, can we help patients understand the implications of their results?