Some patients can get more depressed on this antidepressant. This isn't about bipolar disorder or antidepressant-induced mania. It's about a metabolite. More in this podcast.
Chris Aiken, MD
Some patients get more depressed on this antidepressant, but that does not mean they have bipolar disorder.
In this podcast, Chris Aiken, MD reviews ways to reduce risks that can be associated with treatment for bipolar disorder.
Atypical antipsychotics play an important role in acute bipolar depression and mixed states, but one is an especially researched option for children.
There are many reasons why symptoms worsen in younger patients who are prescribed antidepressants. Five possible scenarios are discussed in this podcast.
Pediatric pearls with a focus on depression.
There are a few things that we all agree on, as reflected in a recent consensus statement.
There are ways to prevent, manage, and treat TD, and this podcast will guide you through those steps from FDA-approved medications to off-label therapies.
Even as antidepressants improve mood, they can worsen sleep—and poor sleep is both a symptom and a cause of depression.
Behind the controversy is some common ground, buried deep in the DSM. New insights and podcast here.