SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. – Can adopting a nautical framework encourage physicians to take care of themselves? One psychiatrist thinks so.
From the Editor
We should mind our patients’ cholesterol because it may affect their minds, not just their hearts.
Cases That Test Your Skills
Mr. M, age 51, stops eating and develops delusions after his wife dies. He has been using increasing amounts of Cannabis and nitrous oxide...
From the Journals
The way in which functional neurological symptoms are described greatly influences perceptions of feigning, and patients may differ greatly from...
Out Of The Pipeline
Compared with first-generation antipsychotics, second-generation antipsychotics (SGAs) have a lower risk for extrapyramidal symptoms. Yet tardive...
HOUSTON - Patients with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures who stick with evidence-based treatment have significantly fewer seizures and have less...
In an age when psychiatry strives to identify the biologic causes of disease, studying endocrine-related mood disorders is particularly intriguing...
Edwin R. Raffi, MD, MPH, discusses treatment of menstrual cycle–related mood and anxiety disorders.
A 15-mg daily dose of mirtazapine controlled comorbid functional dyspepsia and psychological distress more effectively than placebo.