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.
Heidi Anne Duerr, MPH
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.
Congratulations and kudos to Dr Richard M. Berlin, whose poem “Eye Contact” was chosen to be included in the 2019 Hippocrates Prize Anthology.
Despite the outpouring of support, are survivors of mass shootings getting the care they really need?
Neurology Times invited David E. Olson, PhD to discuss a new study that sheds light on the role of psychedelics in promoting neuritogenesis, spinogenesis, and synaptogenesis.
More and more, modern medicine is recognizing the influence of diet on good health. Now, research shows that eating a diet rich in vegetables, fruits, nuts, and fish may result in larger total brain volumes and thereby better long-term brain health.
In high risk patients, cognitive deficits such as impaired working memory and declarative memory may be an early indicator of psychosis.
New research shows it’s not “all in your head”—it’s also in your gut.
ADHD is on the rise according to a new report from the CDC, and most youngsters with the diagnosis are receiving treatment for the disorder. But the report raises a number of clinical implications . . .
A newly published qualitative literature review found stimulants may provide neuroprotective effects for children with ADHD.