The use of social distancing to “flatten the curve” and prevent the spread of COVID-19 has catapulted the use of telehealth.
Most of us remember where we were when the terrorist bomb shattered our sense of peace in this usually quiet community. The shockwave travelled for miles and across time.
For an inspiring model of communal hope and resilience under a dire threat to survival over COVID-19 fears, the author turns to the Fekalists, the prisoners condemned to be sanitation workers in the Lodz ghetto in Nazi-occupied Poland, his parents among them.
“Recently, I had the opportunity to teach seminary students on the subject of mental health and its interface with spirituality and religion.”
As our understanding of the neurobiology of OCD grows, additional treatment options become available and should be thoughtfully integrated into the treatment algorithm. One such option is dTMS.
In what seem like ancient times “BCV” (before coronavirus), there was a more slowly growing scourge for physicians and other health care workers: burnout.
Online tools are bringing much needed social interaction while staying safe at home, according to this teen.
Samuel T. Wilkinson, MD, discusses the risks and benefits, as well as the challenges of clinical implementation of esketamine, for treatment-resistant depression.
Have we learned anything? Looking back at the Spanish flu epidemic as the world deals with the COVID pandemic.
His widow sues. Five night-sweat-years later, our colleague wins in court, because he has good documentation.
Sit back and listen to Dr Jud Brewer discuss integrative approaches to managing anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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At a time when preserving public health is our highest priority, why would we want to encourage excessive alcohol use among the vulnerable?
Dr Gabrin said not to forget about the most powerful drugs we have in the pandemic—tolerance, kindness, empathy, compassion, and patience.