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Dr. Paul Appelbaum explains that sometimes, “patients may be psychotic, intoxicated, or suicidal. In these acute settings, social media can provide clinicians with valuable context to make decisions.”
Dr. Richard Sloan and colleagues assigned 132 individuals with below median aerobic capacity to an aerobic exercise program or to a control program of stretching and core-strengthening exercises.
Dr. René Hen was recognized on a list of the Leading Research Achievements by Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Grantees in 2018.
Researchers at Columbia have developed a “Cascade of Care” model for treating individuals with opioid use disorder based on lessons learned in the HIV/AIDS field.
“Fellow mentors: Celebrate being left in the dust. It’s evidence of a job well done,” writes Dr. Deborah L. Cabaniss.
“We have lots of patients with obesity and with depression. This provides more education on how they are linked,” Dr. Drew Ramsey says.
“Conflating the potential therapeutic use of these drugs with spiritual enlightenment is reckless,” writes Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman.
“I still think that adoption of PAD for terminal conditions in the U.S. will make it much more likely that we will see PAD for nonterminal disorders,” said Dr. Paul Appelbaum.
Like in most sexual assault cases, it's possible that patients who have been violated will feel guilty that they either encouraged this behavior or allowed it to occur, said Dr. Paul Appelbaum.
According to Dr. Erin Engle, a telltale sign of a bad habit actually being a psychological disorder is simply by you constantly being in distress.