Anxiety-Associated Insomnia With a Twist of Depression

July 12, 2020

Anxiety and stress are closely linked, and they are among the chief causes of insomnia. Watch for a variety of emotional and physical factors that may play a role in worsening depression. More in this case report.

A Work in Progress

July 12, 2020

Our country’s founders embarked on a dream. They did not know what would happen, and they did not agree on how our new world should work. Same is true in medicine and psychiatry. More in this introduction to the July issue.

Does Insomnia Predict the Onset of Mental Illness?

July 11, 2020

Because insomnia is a syndrome marked by chronic sleep onset and/or continuity problems associated with impaired daytime functioning, it is important that clinicians screen for sleep issues in their patients.

Lowering Prolactin Levels in Patients With Psychosis

July 10, 2020

Treatment strategies for antipsychotic-induced hyperprolactinemia.

Treating ADHD in Children: Concerns, Controversies, Safety Measures

July 10, 2020

In this podcast, we speak with a psychiatrist about topics ranging from what prompted her to pursue a career in child psychiatry to treatment strategies and common conditions comorbid with ADHD.

10 Things to Know About Narcissistic Personality Disorder

July 09, 2020

Lack of empathy is a commonly known feature of narcissistic personality disorder. Relationships are typically shallow and difficult to maintain. What are some other features of NPD? More in this case presentation.

Creating a Safe Space for Grieving Children

July 09, 2020

For children who feel left alone in the world after profound loss, there are ways to mitigate the harm.

Capitalism and Psychiatry

July 09, 2020

Despite our own burnout, we must strive to be part of the solution. Concern and compassion are the ethical way of the physician.

Exploring the Neurobiology of OCD

July 08, 2020

The authors discuss common neurobiological processes that may contribute to OCD vulnerability and its persistence.