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Alcohol-Related Deaths Still Climbing
Alcohol-Related Deaths Still Climbing
CDC data reveals a 30% spike in alcohol-related deaths between 2017 and 2021, with 488 Americans dying daily during the wo...
Psilocybin and the Development of Serotonin Toxicity
Psilocybin and the Development of Serotonin Toxicity
This case revealed that unregulated and recreational use of psilocybin in the setting of polypharmacy demonstrates a poten...
More Evidence Why We Should Avoid Ultra-Processed Foods
More Evidence Why We Should Avoid Ultra-Processed Foods
New research highlights the dangers associated with ultra-processed foods, including heart-related death and common mental...
Weekly Mind Reader: Exploring the Connection Between Psilocybin and Serotonin
Weekly Mind Reader: Exploring the Connection Between Psilocybin and Serotonin
The Primary Care Companion has published research that examines the relationship between psilocybin and some brain chemicals.
Can Dogs Sniff Out Parkinson’s Disease?
Can Dogs Sniff Out Parkinson’s Disease?
New research suggests that dogs might be able to help detect Parkinson’s disease – with near 90 percent accuracy.
Study Links Abdominal Fat to Brain Function — But Only in Men
Study Links Abdominal Fat to Brain Function — But Only in Men
Rutgers University research links abdominal fat to brain size and function, especially in middle-aged men at higher Alzhei...
Pandemic Pushed Surge in Antidepressant Prescriptions
Pandemic Pushed Surge in Antidepressant Prescriptions
A new study shows that monthly antidepressant prescriptions jumped more than 66 percent between January 2016 and December ...
Omission and Commission in Morally Injurious Experiences Among COVID-19 Health Care Professionals
Omission and Commission in Morally Injurious Experiences Among COVID-19 Health Care Professionals
In this study, interview data showed how omissions and commissions in one’s professional duties created internal conflicts...
Mental Health Issues Threaten Maternal Mortality Numbers
Mental Health Issues Threaten Maternal Mortality Numbers
U.S. maternal mortality rates have jumped over the past few years, reaching 32.9 deaths per 100,000 live births in 2021.
Weekly Mind Reader: Could Sleep Help Solve Mania?
Weekly Mind Reader: Could Sleep Help Solve Mania?
Researchers have found a link between short sleep duration in patients with acute mania and longer hospital stays.
Drug Overdose Deaths Reach Pandemic Levels
More than 40 percent of Americans know someone who has died of a drug overdose. And a third of them say those deaths upend...
Weight Loss Medication Phentermine–Induced Hypomania in Bipolar Depression
Weight Loss Medication Phentermine–Induced Hypomania in Bipolar Depression
The authors report a case of phentermine-induced mania/hypomania in a woman with bipolar depression who was stable on a mo...
ADHD Might Have Been an Early Evolutionary Edge
ADHD Might Have Been an Early Evolutionary Edge
ADHD traits like distractibility and excessive movement might have helped early humans in foraging for resources.
Mystery of Manganism in the Mind
Mystery of Manganism in the Mind
This is the case of a patient with altered mental status who exhibited some, but not all, characteristics of manganism, a ...
Late-Onset Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Comprising Somatic Obsessions: Is This a Distinct and Overlooked Phenotypic Subtype?
Late-Onset Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Comprising Somatic Obsessions: Is This a Distinct and Overlooked Phenotypic Subtype?
Somatic obsessions may constitute a distinct phenotype of OCD, stemming from a complex interplay of neurobiological and en...
Poll Shows Employees Clamoring for Mental Health Support
Poll Shows Employees Clamoring for Mental Health Support
A new survey highlights employees desire for workplace mental health conversations, calling for better mental health train...
Correlates to Improvement in Sleep Duration in Acute Mania and Depression
Correlates to Improvement in Sleep Duration in Acute Mania and Depression
Sleep duration at admission and discharge and change in sleep duration during hospitalization was examined in patients exp...
Study Shows People Read Emojis Differently
Study Shows People Read Emojis Differently
Research indicates that interpretation of emojis varies based on factors such as age, culture, gender, and race.
Weekly Mind Reader: Treating OCD and Compulsive Sexual Behavior
Weekly Mind Reader: Treating OCD and Compulsive Sexual Behavior
PCP published a report that illustrates a case of concomitant OCD and compulsive sexual behavior treated with sertraline a...
Epstein-Barr Virus Pioneer Anthony Epstein dies at 102
Epstein-Barr Virus Pioneer Anthony Epstein dies at 102
Anthony Epstein, one-third of the team that discovered the Epstein-Barr virus that bears his name, has died.
Could Scents Crack the Depression Code?
Could Scents Crack the Depression Code?
University of Pittsburgh researchers found that familiar scents could aid in memory recall for individuals with depression.
Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder With Concomitant Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder
Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder With Concomitant Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder
This report illustrates a unique case of concomitant OCD and compulsive sexual behavior treated with sertraline and naltre...
Drug Interactions Between Psychotropic Medications and Treatment of Mpox (tecovirimat and cidofovir)
Drug Interactions Between Psychotropic Medications and Treatment of Mpox (tecovirimat and cidofovir)
The authors review pharmacologic interactions of Mpox treatments with psychotropic medications and antidepressants, antips...
Bullying Victims Vulnerable to Mental Health Problems Later
Bullying Victims Vulnerable to Mental Health Problems Later
The impact of bullying on mental health underscores the urgency for effective intervention strategies to mitigate long-ter...
Is Intravenous Ketamine Better Than Intranasal Esketamine for Treating Treatment-Resistant Depression?
Is Intravenous Ketamine Better Than Intranasal Esketamine for Treating Treatment-Resistant Depression?
Dr Mansuri and colleagues compare the pros and cons of IV ketamine and intranasal esketamine for treatment-resistant depre...
Is Quetiapine the Best Option for Patients With Antipsychotic-Induced Disorders of Extrinsic Ocular Motricity?
Is Quetiapine the Best Option for Patients With Antipsychotic-Induced Disorders of Extrinsic Ocular Motricity?
Three cases of Antipsychotic-Induced Disorders of Extrinsic Ocular Motricity in schizophrenia, remitting after switch to a...
Exercise Boosts the Brain and the Body
Exercise Boosts the Brain and the Body
New study shows regular exercise benefits the brain, improving memory and learning abilities, reinforcing earlier research.
What Does a Systematic Review of Cannabis and PTSD Tell Us? That We Need to Learn More
What Does a Systematic Review of Cannabis and PTSD Tell Us? That We Need to Learn More
Dr Ostacher discusses a review by Rodas et al and points to a need for clear answers on how best to advise patients with P...