The researchers sought to describe current research on exposure to suicide among mental health professionals and first responders, focusing on its prevalence and impact, and to identify gaps in the literature.
This genome-wide associated study expanded on the gene-environment correlation for childhood maltreatment and causal relationship between childhood maltreatment and health.
The claims made on these websites establish these products as drugs under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act; however, none were evaluated by the FDA.
The researchers asked whether implementing suicide prediction models reinforces and worsens racial and ethnic disparities in care.
The consumption of kratom can lead to serious medical outcomes.
Data from the CDC on suicide deaths indicate a 5.6% decline in suicide deaths between 2019 and 2020 in the United States. We spoke with Christine Yu Moutier, MD, Chief Medical Officer for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) about this data.
The researchers asked this question: Does having multiple prior generations affected by depression increase risk of psychopathology in children, and can it be reliably measured in large, diverse samples using informant-reported family history?
With the COVID-19 pandemic having serious mental health effects for many people, the researchers sought to assess the early effect of the pandemic on suicide rates across the globe.
Black cohosh is a natural phytoestrogen product occasionally used in the management of PCOS-related infertility.
Can use of botulinum toxin injection improve severity in patients with depression?
Researchers presented their study results comparing headache education with mindfulness-based stress reduction for patients with migraine at the AAN 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting,
Findings from a recent study emphasize the importance of neurocognitive assessment in men undergoing ADT, especially in younger patients, according to investigators.
Dr Ben Locwin spoke to Dr Joshua Gear about the impact COVID-19 has had on our collective mental health, how we’re doing with regard to coping with the crisis, substance abuse, and what’s next.
Sandhya Prashad, MD discusses how leveraging teletherapy has helped providers and patients troubleshoot common concerns around social distancing and has gotten many first-time patients in the “virtual” door.
In April 2020, Lorna M. Breen, a top emergency physician in New York City, committed suicide. Breen had no history of mental illness, but prior to her death, according to The New York Times, she described to her father “an onslaught of patients who were dying before they could even be taken out of ambulances.”…