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The "results corroborate and extend prior work [in children and adults with obesity] by showing a dose-dependent effect on food intake in children without obesity," concluded Dr. Lisa M. Ranzenhofer.
"A concern I have with the food as medicine movement is that it can lead to this idea that needing medication or other treatments somehow means that you're failing," says Dr. Drew Ramsey.
Even if CBD did cure everything under the sun, it’s unlikely to be effective at the tiny doses found in most over-the-counter products today, says Dr. Margaret Haney.
A new study by Columbia University researchers found that infants at high risk for autism were less attuned to differences in speech patterns than low-risk infants.
The prevalence of social media has “huge impact” on a certain wedding “madness,” said Dr. Brenda Berger.
Dr. Lloyd Sederer interviews Dr. Paul Summergrad about spirituality and mental health, a topic he will discuss at the 2019 APA Annual Meeting in San Francisco.
“All kids exposed to 9/11 should be followed for their lifetime so we can learn what is the long-term effect of such a trauma," said study investigator Dr. Lawrence Amsel.
|“The bottom line is how anxiety is affecting your life,” Dr. Franklin Schneier said. “If you think it may be interfering, it probably is."
“Strong is the person who is effective and gets the job done,” Dr. Alexander Harris said. “And hiring an expert in relationship issues or working for career success is ‘taking care of it yourself.’ ”
Optimizing Outcomes of Treatment-Resistant Depression in Older Adults (OPTIMUM) is the largest study ever done on late-life depression. OPTIMUM’s New York site is located at NYSPI/Columbia.