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"People tend to tip-toe around sensitive issues like suicide. You shouldn't. You're not going to prompt someone to do it by asking them," Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman said.
A list of CUIMC affiliated faculty presentations at the 2019 American Psychological Association's annual meeting
Dr. Edward Huey discusses frontotemporal dementia
When it comes to managing anxiety symptoms on a day-to-day basis, Dr. Franklin Schneier says propranolol is "usually" not helpful – and he said it can potentially make depression worse.
Dr. Ali Mattu hosts his own YouTube channel on which he covers topics ranging from managing stress to how to talk to people about your mental illness.
In April, Spiro Pantazatos, PhD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology in Psychiatry at CUIMC, presented his lab’s project, My Brain and Me, at the 2019 NYC MediaLab Combine (Demo Day).
“Most data suggests that the increase in autism diagnoses is due to improved screenings and assessments, as opposed to a true increase in the rate of autism,” says Dr. Jeremy Veenstra-VanderWeele.
Dr. Margaret Haney separates the science from the hype about CBDs.
According to the AFSP, people who take their own lives often show a combination of warning signs. And the signs can be different for different individuals, says Dr. Madelyn Gould.
Dr. Philip Muskin agrees no drug works for everyone, but he said a good doctor can usually find the ideal combination of medications to achieve the maximum benefit with the fewest side effects.