The Air in Front of Him

August 13, 2020

When all else fails, fly.

Election Anxiety Poll—What Are Your Thoughts?

August 12, 2020

Is anxiety related to the election a true phenomenon?

When Oaths Are Broken: A Call to Action

August 12, 2020

The medical community must examine how and what we can do to welcome and serve the black and brown communities that may view us as the authority they dare not call.

Dismantle Racism in Psychiatry & Society

August 11, 2020

Psychiatrists should be experts at hearing and seeing what is not visible. That is exactly what we need to do to let the sun shine through the racist dust.

Creativity and Psychiatry: Leonard Bernstein

August 11, 2020

The musical prodigy is believed to have had a hyperthymic temperament, but he was also vulnerable to sweeping bouts of depression and guilt. Psychiatrist and virtuoso Richard Kogan, MD, puts music to storytelling, to explain the phenomenon of genius.

The Hard-Working Immigrant

August 11, 2020

We come for freedom and the chance to live the American dream.

6 Steps for Successfully Managing Depression During COVID

August 10, 2020

As the pandemic lingers, managing depression can become that much more difficult. These proven steps can help patients, and you, better manage depression.

Slivers of Hope: Maxine Kumin

August 10, 2020

Let spring training not be a mere memory.

My Wow and Awesome Responses While Reading the Psychiatric Literature

August 10, 2020

Reflections on the current psychiatric literature as well as the many accomplishments psychiatry has seen since the 1950s.

13 Psychiatric Drugs With Novel Mechanisms: A Timeline

August 10, 2020

Some speculate the pharmaceutical industry has virtually abandoned new drug development in neuroscience with a few exceptions. However, it should be noted that progress has been made.