Three news studies show how eating habits and other lifestyle factors affect cognition and brain imaging may be useful in predicting dementia.
Consider these travel tips to help alleviate your patients’ fears that, if left unchecked, can trigger full-blown psychosis.
Three new studies shed light on the role of cardiac health in developing Alzheimer disease, depression, anxiety, and dementia.
A brief discussion of dose increase versus unchanged continuation of antidepressants after initial treatment failure in patients with depression.
Tardive dyskinesia, an involuntary athetoid or choreiform movements, generally of the tongue, lower face and jaw, and extremities, is highly prevalent in patients with schizophrenia after long-term antipsychotic use. What about clozapine for TD?
This collection brings together topics on trauma and stress that are neglected in the current literature.
Three new studies highlight the link between depression and opioid overdoses; “early birds” are less prone to depression; and consuming fish may reduce the risk of depression.
Unremitting screen time worsens two systems that are already fragile in people with mood disorders—sleep and circadian rhythms.
A research roundup about long-term prescribing guidelines, “psychogenic death,” and implications for patients with depression and pain.
As we shift from treating disease and toward supporting health, medication is merely one possible intervention in a spectrum of possible ones.