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Article Summaries for April 2024 Psychosomatic Medicine, Volume 86, Issue 3
Article Summaries for April 2024 Psychosomatic Medicine, Volume 86, Issue 3
Bobak et al. investigated the frequency of long COVID diagnoses among patients with pre-existing psychiatric conditions ve...
Exercise Reduces Heart Risk by Giving the Brain a Break
Exercise Reduces Heart Risk by Giving the Brain a Break
Research shows exercise reduces cardiovascular disease risk by reducing stress-related signals in the brain.
Unlocking Therapeutic Potential: The Role of Theta Burst Stimulation in Multiple Sclerosis Management
Unlocking Therapeutic Potential: The Role of Theta Burst Stimulation in Multiple Sclerosis Management
Theta burst stimulation interventions may hold promise in addressing specific multiple sclerosis symptoms, notably fatigue...
Suicide Plagues Student-Athletes
Suicide Plagues Student-Athletes
Research shows that the suicide rate among U.S. college athletes doubled over the past 20 years, making it the second-lead...
Regulators Debunk Link Between Suicide and Weight Loss Drugs
Regulators Debunk Link Between Suicide and Weight Loss Drugs
European and American regulators found no evidence linking GLP-1 receptor agonists like Ozempic and Wegovy to thoughts of ...
Case Studies Offer OCD Insights
Case Studies Offer OCD Insights
The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders has published several case studies that explore various aspects of OCD.
Severity of Antipsychotic-Induced Cervical Dystonia Assessed by the Algorithm-Based Rating System
Severity of Antipsychotic-Induced Cervical Dystonia Assessed by the Algorithm-Based Rating System
Rater consensus data were compared with deviation angle data using AI-based deviation angle measurement technology. With t...
Weekly Mind Reader: Psychological Pain as a Suicide Risk Factor
Weekly Mind Reader: Psychological Pain as a Suicide Risk Factor
The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry published a paper that shows psychological pain is a risk factor for suicidal ideation.
FDA Issues Warnings for Some OTC Topical Pain Relievers
FDA Issues Warnings for Some OTC Topical Pain Relievers
The FDA has issued consumer warnings regarding certain over-the-counter topical pain relievers that contain excessive amou...
Grief: A Brief History of Research on How Body, Mind, and Brain Adapt
Grief: A Brief History of Research on How Body, Mind, and Brain Adapt
Objective Using an integrative view of psychology, neuroscience, immunology, and psychophysiology
Sudden Reduction in Caffeine Intake Increases Serum Lithium Concentration to Supratherapeutic Level: A Case Report
Sudden Reduction in Caffeine Intake Increases Serum Lithium Concentration to Supratherapeutic Level: A Case Report
A patient with schizoaffective disorder was found to have supratherapeutic lithium serum concentrations following sudden c...
Psychotic Symptoms Following Ayahuasca Use in a Ceremonial Setting
Psychotic Symptoms Following Ayahuasca Use in a Ceremonial Setting
A 43-year-old woman with no psychiatric history developed schizophreniform psychotic symptoms after taking ayahuasca, whic...
Researchers Find Link Between Rising Stroke Rates and Changing Temperatures
Researchers Find Link Between Rising Stroke Rates and Changing Temperatures
A new study suggests that more extreme global temperatures might be responsible for climbing stroke rates.
Kleine-Levin Syndrome in  a Closed Psychiatric Ward: A Case of Misdiagnosis
Kleine-Levin Syndrome in a Closed Psychiatric Ward: A Case of Misdiagnosis
Kleine-Levin syndrome is a rare but underdiagnosed and mismanaged neurologic disease primarily presenting in adolescent ma...
Study Reveals Stronger Genetic Link to TRD
Study Reveals Stronger Genetic Link to TRD
A new study has revealed a connection between a family history of TRD and increased risks of suicide mortality and resista...
Pessimistic ‘Type D’ Personalities Have A Tougher Time Managing Hypothyroidism
Pessimistic ‘Type D’ Personalities Have A Tougher Time Managing Hypothyroidism
Anxious personalities have a harder time with hypothyroidism, emphasizing the importance of the mind-body connection in pa...
Studies Highlight Link Between Antipsychotics and Weight Gain
Studies Highlight Link Between Antipsychotics and Weight Gain
Research reveals the link between antipsychotics and metabolic functions, highlighting the importance of cautious prescrib...
New-Onset Seizures and Psychosis in an Elderly Patient With No Seizure History in the Context of Low-Dose Diazepam Withdrawal
New-Onset Seizures and Psychosis in an Elderly Patient With No Seizure History in the Context of Low-Dose Diazepam Withdrawal
The occurrence of psychotic symptoms after first-onset seizures is rare and unusual. This case highlights the importance o...
When Rumor Eclipses Science
When Rumor Eclipses Science
Research suggests a solar eclipse might influence mental health but no one’s been able to prove a solid connection.
Weekly Mind Reader: Patient Suffers Seizures and Psychosis
Weekly Mind Reader: Patient Suffers Seizures and Psychosis
The emergence of psychosis after first-onset seizures remains rare, but this case highlights the importance of collaborati...
ALS Patients Lose Another Treatment Option
ALS Patients Lose Another Treatment Option
Amylyx Pharmaceuticals Inc. says it’s pulling ALS drug Relyvrio from the U.S. and Canadian markets, effective immediately.
Can Physical Changes – Like a Keto Diet – Help Mental Illness?
Can Physical Changes – Like a Keto Diet – Help Mental Illness?
A new Stanford Medicine study reveals that a keto diet can boost metabolic health and helps counter the side effects of an...
It Might Be Time to Rethink How We Handle Anger
It Might Be Time to Rethink How We Handle Anger
New research challenges the conventional wisdom that venting anger is beneficial, finding that it can make things worse.
A Trio of JCP Reports Tracks the Latest ADHD Research
A Trio of JCP Reports Tracks the Latest ADHD Research
The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry has published three papers that reveal promising results for ADHD patients.
SSRI Behavioral Activation, the Boxed Bolded Warning, and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
SSRI Behavioral Activation, the Boxed Bolded Warning, and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Mayank Gupta, MD, discusses SSRI use and the risk of behavioral activation and suicidality in people with autism spectrum ...