ADHD: A 24-Hour Disorder
Sleep difficulties and sleep disorders are the most common comorbidities reported in individuals with ADHD. Careful assessment will lead to helpful interventions.
ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, or Borderline Personality Disorder
ADHD can present with symptoms such as irritability, mood lability, low frustration tolerance and low self-esteem, making it easily confused with mood disorders and personality disorders.
ADHD Neuroimaging: What’s New?
These three recent trends in ADHD neuroimaging may lead to objective tools for diagnosis as well as stimulate discovery of novel therapeutics.
Memory’s Last Breath: Field Notes on My Dementia
Gerda Saunders, an emerita professor who was diagnosed with vascular dementia at age 60, explores the meaning of progressive cognitive impairment in relationships and life.
Digital Mental Health for Youth: New Evidence but Still Much Unknown
As children raised on technology, it seems only natural that adolescents turn to the internet when they experience stress or mental health related symptoms. Turns out, this is both a good and bad thing.
Prescribing Substances of Abuse in Psychiatric Care
Should hallucinogens such as ketamine, MDMA, psilocybin, and LSD be considered as treatment options for patients with mental illness?
New Developments in EEG Brain Scans Could Help Spot Mental Disorders “Early”
Recent advances in EEG technology may one day be used to measure brain function throughout a patient’s lifespan, resulting in earlier diagnoses of psychiatric disorders.
Three New Studies in Major Depression
Results from these studies yield important clinical implications to improve treatment and prognosis for patients with major depression.
Psychocardiology, Part 2: Fixing the Broken Heart
The goal of this activity is to understand the relationship between endothelial function and arterial stiffness.
Calling in the Script
Covering for a colleague I begin to startle after the tenth call-med refill requests, side effect questions, and suicidal thoughts...
Big Data for Depression
One of the biggest challenges in treating depression is the ability to select the best treatment for a particular individual from among the many available options.
Climate Change and Its Impacts on Mental Health
Climate change poses one of the greatest threats to public health in modern times, and the mental health effects are no less concerning.
Mania Linked to Beef Jerky: Hot Dogs and Bacon May Be Next
A 10-year study of over a thousand patients finds that nitrate-cured meats may play a causative role in mania. Hot dogs and bacon may be next.
Life with Dignity: A Tribute to Hilary Lister
This is not yet another philosophical discourse arguing against physician-assisted suicide. This piece is about life with dignity-even amidst its raw and ravaging agonies.
A New Treatment for Bipolar Depression: Part 2
Dr Phelps puts thyroid dysfunction into clinical context for patients with comorbid mood disorders.
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