A study looked at changes in retinal signs with fundus photography and their association with cognitive decline.
A large study evaluated exercise and its effects on cognitive function in patients with, or at risk for, Alzheimer disease.
Neither time nor science has given pause to some attorneys who exploit the misunderstanding that surrounds the putative "criminogenic" effects of antidepressants.
How much should you reveal about yourself to your patients? To colleagues? To the state medical society? H. Steven Moffic, MD, takes a look at this issue in this video.
5 key questions to ask as part of a comprehensive differential assessment of fatigue and depression.
In this pilot study, older adults who practiced yoga did better on measures of verbal and visual memory and executive function than those in memory training classes.
With over 10,000 mental health related smartphone apps out there, how can a psychiatrist determine which are useful and which may be harmful? Chair of the American Psychiatric Association’s Workgroup on SmartPhone Apps offers tips in this brief video.
Significant progress has been made in containing the opioid epidemic, but new threats loom. Thomas Kosten, MD, an addiction psychiatrist, takes a brief look.
In recent years, violence has unfortunately become the tragic touchstone that too often draws the public’s attention to mental illness.
If left untreated, burnout can become chronic and debilitating. Here are tips to recognizing the signs and symptoms.