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“The jury is still very much out in terms of what the effects of this pandemic are going to be on this generation,” Dani Dumitriu, an assistant professor of pediatrics at Columbia, said.
Data from Columbia Mass Murder Database reveal psychosis and other serious psychiatric illness absent in the majority of perpetrators.
Study finds adults with mild cognitive decline assigned puzzles showed less brain shrinkage, better daily functioning.
Patients who participate in fewer than two visits early in treatment are at risk for relapse, overdose, and possible death.
Beyond the long work hours there is also stigma around mental health issues—even among health care professionals—and that can be a barrier to residents and other health care workers seeking care.
Dissociative identity disorder is a rare psychiatric condition usually triggered by childhood trauma, including sexual or physical abuse, or war. It affects about 1% of the population.
A Columbia study aims find out which treatments work best to alleviate major depressive disorder and improve quality of life for individuals with breast cancer.
It may be the action of an individual, but suicide is “a social disorder for the most part,” says David Fink, PhD, MPH, a social epidemiologist at the New York State Psychiatric Institute.
This new series highlights some of the up-and-coming faculty committed to our trifold mission of patient care, medical education, and scientific research.
Dr. Anne Marie Albano said it’s understandable that parents want to protect their children but, "if we keep rescuing them and fixing things for them, their anxiety perpetuates and grows.