The big breakthrough in the world of brain disorders was a report in the journal Science about multiple sclerosis.
Our dilemma of the week: what’s the best option for discharging homeless patients from psychiatric hospitals?
New research has found that only a small fraction of the findings in cancer biology could be reproduced. Will studies in mental health research fare better? Other research finds – no surprise – that the mental health of renters takes a beating in states with lax COVID eviction protections.
Long-term study of child health and brain development shows big benefits to the brain from learning a second language.
A fascinating study takes the study of exercise and brain function to a new level – at least in mice.
The relationship between depression and insomnia in older adults, and the potential benefits of cortisol in exposure therapy for PTSD.
Digital innovations for people with serious mental illness and increased hospitalizations for eating disorders during the pandemic.
The efficacy of remote mental health care appears to rank as one of the upsides to the forced social distance of the past 18 months, with higher rates of access, fewer canceled appointments, and equivalent outcomes.
The antidepressant fluvoxamine (Luvox) appears to be effective for Covid-19, reminding us that the term “antidepressant” may not fully describe this medication.
As states grapple with the national mandate to create a national mental health emergency hotline, the call for response teams and collaboration across systems increases.
Examining COVID-19’s risk factors for mental health consequences, and the danger of police injury to people with serious mental health illness.
Community college students are suffering greater negative impacts from COVID-19, and technology’s impact on mental health treatment.