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Dr. Claude Ann Mellins says, “I think the bottom line is the aftermath of assault is so variable. There isn’t a wrong way or right way for survivors of sexual assault to feel or heal."
Dr. Margaret Haney said that the Marijuana Effective Drug Studies (MEDS) Act is “promising” for researchers and “a hot topic” that could be taken up in 2019.
Dr. Terry Goldberg sounded some notes of caution regarding a study that questions whether certain cholesterol, blood pressure and diabetes drugs could help manage mental illnesses like schizophrenia.
Many adults with serious mental illness continue to be untreated, while a substantial percentage of mental health services are provided to those in lower levels of distress, writes Dr. Mark Olfson.
Because people who engage in suicidal behavior are being found to have different patterns of suicidal ideation, a one-treatment-fits-all approach seems increasingly inadequate,” says Dr. J. John Mann.
The idea behind hitting something when you feel stressed or angry is based on the theory of catharsis, says Dr. E. Blake Zakarin. "Venting your anger can bring about a release of that anger.”
Dr. Ziva Cooper, who is doing research with CBD, says “based on animal studies, there seems to be a lot of promise for a number of disease states,” including its potential effects on inflammation.
“Loneliness is a route to depressive symptoms," says Dr. Philip R. Muskin. "In anybody, but certainly in older people, the more socially interactive you are, the less likely you are to be depressed.”
“Further efforts to examine heterogeneity of treatment response of antipsychotic medication by age are needed,” Dr. T. Scott Stroup and colleagues wrote.
Dr. Maura Boldrini and her team studied hippocampal samples and found neurogenesis continues through adulthood.