A growing body of scientific literature associates psychiatric symptoms with man-made toxic substances and environmental exposure. Practical implications for psychiatrists are discussed in this Special Report collection.
Medical, psychiatric, and/or developmental disorders can be falsified in a variety of ways. Know the warning signs often missed by clinicians.
John Hinckley's release after a 35-year stint in a psychiatric facility, legalized heroin, older patients facing depression alone. These stories and more in this month's roundup.
Three new studies help predict which patients with depression may not respond to pharmacotherapy and which women may become depressed during menopause.
"Everyday experiences made sacramental through magical language, depth of feeling, and wells of knowledge"–one of your peers used this description for a book he found inspiring. Can you think of more?
Are you aware of this newly identified risk factor for suicide?
A summary of important CBT studies with the most current evidence-based information, chosen for their relevance and clinical utility.
Useful information about mood disorders in 3 key areas—bipolar disorder, comorbid ADHD and depression, and suicide risk.
Three new studies in children with ADHD reveal an association with seizures, the benefits of after-school exercise, and brain changes linked to treatment.
What's new in psychiatry? Check out our editors' picks with stories ranging from "lithium 2.0," the ethics of diagnosing from afar, the election, and other hot topics.