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Substance use is ubiquitous and has a direct or indirect impact on almost everyone in the U.S. This has been made worse during COVID-19. Employees are burning out, and when they do, they often turn to substances.

source: Psychology Today

From home to school, children are constantly receiving both criticism and praise from those around them. However, their reactions to the feedback they receive vary. It is a long-known fact that children of mothers who experienced depression during the child's lifetime are...

source: Psychology Today

For more than a century, researchers in the field of psychiatry have observed altered eye movements in people with schizophrenia, a complex mental health condition that often involves psychosis. Within the past decade, these eye movement differences have come into the spotlight,...

source: PsychCentral

Pharmacy Times® interviewed Caroline Carney, M.D., MSc, FAPM, CPHQ, chief medical officer of Magellan Health, a board-certified internist and a board-certified psychiatrist, to discuss the correlation between heart health and mental health.

source: Pharmacy Times

A popular treatment for the seasonal depression that strikes during dark winter months may also benefit veterans with traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder, a small pilot study suggests. Results from 16 older...

source: KMJ-FM

In an important step toward medical approval, MDMA, the illegal drug popularly known as ecstasy or molly, was shown to bring relief to those suffering from severe post-traumatic stress disorder when paired with talk therapy. Of the 90 people who took part in the new study,...

source: The New York Times


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