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We talked with Dr. Harding to learn more about her book, "The Rabbit Effect," and about the hidden factors that make us healthy.
A Columbia study, which enrolls children ages 4-6 in a camp-like setting, seeks to learn which play activities best soothe anxious children.
The best way to support women’s mental health is to implement policies that improve access to health care systems, family leave, food security, and housing, Dr. Elizabeth Fitelson said.
Source:The New York Times
“When they’re searching for something that makes the patient symptom-free, they create problems that can result in what is politely called pharmaceutical misadventure." Dr. Mark Olfson said.
Source:InsiderMay 11, 2020
"Medications are the most effective treatment for quickly reducing anxiety," says Dr. Ryan Sultan.
Source:Philadelphia InquirerApril 24, 2020
“We’re using antidepressants more and more to treat both anxiety and depression,” said Dr. Michael Liebowitz.
Source:CBSApril 12, 2020
Dr. Yuval Neria said, "We know already from previous disasters that ongoing anxiety during trauma is a huge risk factor for PTSD and depression in the long term."
- April 1, 2020
Dr. Jen Sotsky and Dr. Angela Coombs offer the point of view of two early career psychiatrists on the COVID-19 crisis.
Source:MedscapeMarch 31, 2020
Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman discusses how the uncertainty of the COVID-19 outbreak has made the work of mental health professionals an essential part of the response.
Source:PRWebMarch 30, 2020
“Anxiety can run wild during times of uncertainty and crisis,” says Dr. Anne Marie Albano.
Source:MedscapeMarch 26, 2020
Dr. Jeffrey Cohen said, "Studies suggest that clinical levels of anxiety increased in China after the COVID-19 outbreak and we can expect clinical levels of anxiety to rise in the U.S."
- March 25, 2020
Dr. Jeffrey Cohen answers some of the most frequently asked questions that are facing us as we learn to cope with the COVID-19 crisis.
- March 23, 2020
Dr. Anthony Puliafico discusses the long list of concerns that can accompany a public health pandemic like COVID-19.
Source:Timmerman ReportMarch 23, 2020
"Anxiety is a normal emotion and it is to be expected during this unprecedented crisis," write Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman and Dr. Laurel Mayer.