With the emergence of new therapeutic strategies and as the field of psychiatry continues to progress, it is important to keep up with the explosion of available treatments, starting with our upcoming 3-day CME meeting.
Heidi Anne Duerr, MPH
New research discovered mid-pregnancy insomnia may be a marker for both concurrent and postpartum anxiety.
Like it or not, social media has become a constant in our lives, and it is getting harder to unplug. But, is social media actually causing harm?
For your bookshelf: Psychiatric Times’ Editorial Board shares reading recommendations.
As varied as the field of psychiatry itself, our Special Report collections covered issues such as eating disorders, traumatic brain injury, practice management, schizophrenia and depression, complex medical comorbidities, and more. Here's a sampling.
From addressing borderline personality disorder to preventing drug-drug interactions and more, Psych Congress faculty shared useful diagnostic and treatment information.
From drug company mergers to government watchdogs, important trends are emerging.
What is the link between restrictive anorexia, anorexia nervosa, and binge eating disorder and ASD? This study sheds some light.
What happens when your patient uses cannabinoid compounds for pain, especially if there are currently taking opioids? Just in time for Pain Awareness Month, the results from these new studies provide insights and guidance.
In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Montefiore Health System, and Albert Einstein College of Medicine are working together to examine the link between depression and asthma in older adults.