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Stigma Kills Psychiatric Patients and Is Now Killing Clinical Research Too
Robert M. Post, MD, argues that NIMH should abandon the RDoC framework and restore funding for clinical research.
MRI Study Reveals Never Before Seen Brain Changes in Migraine
MRI Study Reveals Never Before Seen Brain Changes in Migraine
Clinical Relevance: A new imaging study uncovered clues about what is happening to t...
Weekly Mind Reader: Twitter Risks, Suicide Nightmares, Dog Dementia
Weekly Mind Reader: Twitter Risks, Suicide Nightmares, Dog Dementia
A weekly roundup of the top psychiatry and neurology stories you may have missed including a new study on nightmares and s...
Timing, Content of Bad Dreams May Help Predict Suicide
Timing, Content of Bad Dreams May Help Predict Suicide
Asking about the progression and content of bad dreams and nightmares might help improve the accuracy of suicide screening...
Therapeutic Dilemma of Wake-up Stroke: Clinical and Brain Imaging Characteristics and Reperfusion as a Treatment Option
Therapeutic Dilemma of Wake-up Stroke: Clinical and Brain Imaging Characteristics and Reperfusion as a Treatment Option
The importance of recognizing wake-up stroke for early referral to acute stroke care is highlighted in this study, as pati...
High-Dose Therapy in Treatment-Refractory Psychosis: A Retrospective Study
High-Dose Therapy in Treatment-Refractory Psychosis: A Retrospective Study
In forensic patients hospitalized in a long-term psychiatric facility, antipsychotic dose reduction had a positive effect ...
Doggy Dementia Risk Increases 52% Every Year Past Age 10
Doggy Dementia Risk Increases 52% Every Year Past Age 10
The odds of doggy dementia rises by 52 percent when factoring in attributes such as health problems, sterilization, activi...
Recreational 2-Methyl-2-Butanol Use: An Emerging Wave of Misuse of an Ethanol Substitute on the Horizon?
Recreational 2-Methyl-2-Butanol Use: An Emerging Wave of Misuse of an Ethanol Substitute on the Horizon?
This report describes a patient whose use of 2-methyl-2-butanol—an inexpensive, easily accessible, potent, and nondetectab...
Impairment of Sexual Desire in Treatment-Resistant Depression: Prevalence and Correlates
Impairment of Sexual Desire in Treatment-Resistant Depression: Prevalence and Correlates
Patients with treatment-resistant depression had a high prevalence of sexual desire impairment, which was associated with ...
Study: Why Older People Feel So Lonely
Study: Why Older People Feel So Lonely
Older people may experience loneliness because they don't feel listened to or useful to their community, a new study ...
Bad Dreams and Nightmares Preceding Suicidal Behaviors
Bad Dreams and Nightmares Preceding Suicidal Behaviors
Suicidal behavior may be preceded by a sequence of altered dreams that goes from bad dreams to nightmares and finally to s...
Why Medical Professionals Should Immediately Evaluate Their Twitter Use
Why Medical Professionals Should Immediately Evaluate Their Twitter Use
With the Elon Musk takeover of Twitter, now is the time to review your professional use of the app to see if you will rema...
Dog Dementia Risk Increases 52% Every Year Past Age 10
Dog Dementia Risk Increases 52% Every Year Past Age 10
The odds of doggy dementia rises by 52 percent when factoring in attributes such as health problems, sterilization, activi...
Sertraline-Induced Urinary Retention Reversed by Mirtazapine in an Adolescent
Sertraline-Induced Urinary Retention Reversed by Mirtazapine in an Adolescent
This case report is of a teenaged boy with impaired micturition brought on by the 5-HT2 activity of an SSRI that was rever...
COVID-19–Associated Benzodiazepine-Resistant Catatonia Responds to Amantadine
COVID-19–Associated Benzodiazepine-Resistant Catatonia Responds to Amantadine
This case highlights the use of amantadine in benzodiazepine-resistant catatonia associated with COVID-19 infection.
Climate Change is Making Migraines and Other Neurological Diseases Worse
Climate Change is Making Migraines and Other Neurological Diseases Worse
In a new study, the climate crisis is associated with stroke incidence and severity of many neurological diseases.
Adderall Shortage Will Last Until At Least January
Adderall Shortage Will Last Until At Least January
The Adderall shortage will not be resolved until at least January of 2023, the FDA warned.
Mind Reader Weekly: Ketamine, Lucid Death and More
Mind Reader Weekly: Ketamine, Lucid Death and More
It was a busy - and interesting - week for neurology and psychiatry news. Catch up on what you may have missed.
Why News Reporting on Suicide Matters
Why News Reporting on Suicide Matters
The media often reports on suicide as if it is a crime rather than a mental health crisis and that can have an negative ef...
Expanded Treatment Options and Addressing Unmet Needs in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder
Expanded Treatment Options and Addressing Unmet Needs in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar disorder presents on a spectrum, with bipolar depression on one end and bipolar I on the other and a host of other...
Tools to Detect Risk of Death by Suicide: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Tools to Detect Risk of Death by Suicide: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
More than 20 instruments have been developed to assist in detecting suicide risk in adults. This systematic review used li...
Fentanyl Vaccine Could Help Fight Opioid Epidemic
Fentanyl Vaccine Could Help Fight Opioid Epidemic
An experimental fentanyl vaccine that eliminates the drug's ability to create a high, could be a breakthrough in figh...
Lonely Seniors More Likely to Die After Surgery
Lonely Seniors More Likely to Die After Surgery
Lonely seniors may have worse postoperative outcomes and an increased risk of death in the month following a procedure.
Patients Recall Death Experiences During CPR, Researcher Says
Patients Recall Death Experiences During CPR, Researcher Says
An interview with Sam Parnia, MD, PhD, the lead author of the AWARE II study that looked at lucid death experiences during...
Why People With Autism Have Trouble Making Eye Contact
Why People With Autism Have Trouble Making Eye Contact
Scientists think they now know why people with autism spectrum disorder have difficulty making and keeping eye contact.
Vaccine-Induced Psychosis as an Etiology to Consider in the Age of COVID-19
Vaccine-Induced Psychosis as an Etiology to Consider in the Age of COVID-19
A 45-year-old woman with no psychiatric history developed psychosis after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. This report high...
Low COVID-19 Immunoglobulin G Titers Following Vaccination and Breakthrough Infection in Patients Taking Clozapine
Low COVID-19 Immunoglobulin G Titers Following Vaccination and Breakthrough Infection in Patients Taking Clozapine
This report highlights 2 cases of patients taking clozapine who were vaccinated for COVID-19 and had breakthrough infectio...