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Lyme Disease in Psychiatry: Controversies, Chronic Symptoms, and Recent DevelopmentsJanuary 11th 2022
In this CME article, learn more about the controversies surrounding Lyme disease diagnosis and treatment, and common neuropsychiatric presentations of and treatment options.
New Approaches and Considerations to Cancer and SuicideJune 10th 2021
Although estimates vary, patients with cancer are at least twice as likely to die by suicide than people who do not have cancer. By identifying those at greatest risk, these treatment modalities can help support patients.
Exploring the Epigenetic Paradigm ShiftJune 8th 2021
Early-life stress can modify an individual's genetic code, leading to mental health problems later in life. But by understanding the science of epigenetics, psychiatrists can treat these conditions, and prevent intergenerational trauma.
Helping LGBTQ Youth During the Pandemic
Overwhelmed and encumbered agencies are increasingly unable to provide critical services for LGBTQ youth, leaving them powerless in impeding a downward spiral into homelessness and associated negative ramifications. There are 5 ways psychiatrists can help.
Serving the Needs of the Many: Identifying Strategies for Better CareMay 3rd 2021
Collaborative care guides care across disciplines, including psychology, psychiatry, and primary care. The goal is to change practice, build community, and identify health professionals needing the most assistance.
Addressing Obesity in Patients Taking AntipsychoticsApril 28th 2021
Antipsychotic-induced weight gain evolves over time, leads to chronic complications, and is very difficult to reverse. Pharmacologic interventions used to tackle weight gain are modestly effective and worth considering in certain cases.