A Recipe for Homemade Obesity: The Association Between Depression, Obesity, and Cognitive Deficits
Evidence suggests that physical activity aids in alleviating mild to moderate symptoms of depression in patients and may promote clinically significant antidepressant effects.
Diverse Patients, Common Ground
In psychiatry, 2 patients with the same condition are never the same.
Case-Based Psych Perspectives: Treating Schizophrenia in the Era of COVID-19
This article provides a summary of key points discussed in a Case-Based Psych Perspectives Series, shared by Bryce Reynolds, MD, and Hannah Phillips-Hall, MSN, PMHNP-BC.
Schizophrenia and AUD
Navigating the treatment options for comorbid schizophrenia and alcohol use
Schizophrenia in the News
Findings bring us closer to understanding schizophrenia that may enable clinicians to target symptoms.
The Intertwining Effect of Mood Disorders and Infertility
Matters around child-bearing bring up emotions ranging from joy and elation to profound despair, anger, and resentment. Psychiatrists are trained to recognize such issues.
Lessons Learned From Treating COVID-Related Anxiety
Strategies for educating patients on COVID-19 transmission and epidemiology, as well as dispelling myths
An Optimistic Prognosis for 2021
The field of psychiatry is uniquely suited to address the psychological factors associated with the past year (and what lies ahead).
Of Personas and Perfection—and Physician Suicide
As typically happens in the aftermath of suicide—years or even decades later—we wonder what we could have said or should have seen.
A Dickens of a Year
Throughout this troubled year, we have learned much that will allow us to make the world a better place.
Kindness, Anonymous Heroes, and Compassion
As the pandemic and social issues rage on, a palpable and consistent theme runs through us, and that is the very best of human behaviors.
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