Death rate from suicide has nearly tripled for those aged 10-14 since 2007.
A National Academy of Medicine report provides a roadmap for both broad and targeted efforts to address clinician burnout.
Dr. Robert T. London wonders whether the new Neuroscience-based Nomenclature Project will be good for patient care.
Primary care physicians “are well intentioned but underprepared and may miss some of the drug misuse risks affecting their patients,” says the...
COPENHAGEN – Intriguing findings from a Danish national registry study.
Researchers dive into recent literature of how one’s health can be effected by PTSD and major depressive disorder, and find multiple areas are at...
Using working memory allows for the daily function of learning, reasoning, and comprehension, but its role in managing anxiety...
A modified version of the the Timberlawn Couple and Family Evaluation Scales was validated to assess intimate partner relationship functioning...
Perceived Barriers and Facilitators of Clozapine Use: A National Survey of Veterans Affairs Prescribers
Although health care providers report that the frequent laboratory monitoring requirement is an unavoidable concern, other barriers, such as...
Incorporating screening modalities for anxiety and depression during patient visits for pain may reduce disease burden for patients with all 3...