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A Columbia University article in JAMA Psychiatry makes the case for doing more to make mental health care non-racist and to take steps for racial equity in clinics and communities.
Dr. Joshua Berman said electrical stimulation (ECT) seems to trigger the release of "neurotrophic" factors, which can help brain cells grow.
“Our study provides further evidence that marijuana use is not effective in reducing nonmedical opioid use,” said study author Dr. Mark Olfson.
“The biggest limiting factor in getting to remission from depression postpartum is access to care, period—and it is worse for people who don’t have financial resources,” says Dr. Catherine Monk.
Marijuana, Dr. Margaret Haney, said, “reduces reaction time and has other effects that would worsen performance.”
This fall, anxious children and teens may resist leaving home in the morning, attending specific classes, or taking tests," writes Dr. Allison Winik.
It might be that people prone to suicide turn to marijuana as a potential form of relief, rather than pot spurring them to suicidal thought and action, says Dr. Elie Aoun.
Dr. Meg Haney talks about research on drugs to address cannabis use disorder and current treatment available.
Mysteries of Mental illness, a PBS documentary inspired by the work of Columbia Psychiatry Chairman Jeffrey A. Lieberman will premiere June 22-23 on PBS (9-11 pm EST).
“It’s pretty clear that the hair encodes part of your biological history in some way,” Dr. Martin Picard says.