In Case You Missed It: November 22 to 26

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It’s been a full week of interesting stories, commentaries, and more on a variety of topics at psychiatrictimes.com.

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From preparing for the holiday season to clinical updates and psychiatric perspectives on social issues and contemporary events, Psychiatric TimesTM covered important topics this week. Top articles included:

Holidays: Beware “The Should List”

Holidays are joyous for some, but not for everyone. How can you help patients with mood disorders navigate the difficulties of the holidays?

COVID-19, Cognition, and Dementias: What Role Has the Pandemic Played?

How does COVID-19 contribute to cognitive impairment in older adults and future cases of dementia?

Shedding Light on the Shadow Brain Pandemic: The Devastating Effects of Gendered Violence-Related Acquired Brain Injury

In honor of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, let’s consider the impact of IPV on the neuropsychiatric health of women.

A Humanity Lesson From the Mouths of Babes

A child’s perspective, innocent and honest, serves as a good reminder of our biases.

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