October 2007

Labor Day is generally regarded simply as a day of rest, and political demonstrations are rare. Forms of celebration include picnics, barbecues, fireworks displays, water activities, and public art events. […]

The researchers emphasize that the study was small and that the moral decisions were hypothetical; the results cannot predict how people with or without brain injuries will act in real […]

Tab forward to a studio set, and you will see some very active actors. “We think a lot. Our minds are constantly preparing, and we need to be able to […]

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th ed. Text Revision (2000) (DSM-IV-TR) does not distinguish SAD as a unique mood disorder but as a specifier of mood disorders […]

Practice faith In 2003, Curlin and his colleagues surveyed 1,820 practicing physicians, from which 1,144 physicians responded, including 100 psychiatrists. The survey contained questions about medical specialties, and various aspects […]

The numbers echo other estimates suggesting as many as 1 million U.S. children are bipolar, but it remains a controversial diagnosis in children. That’s partly because their symptoms often differ […]

Dr. Sandeep Patil, Dr. Darryle Schoepp tested the new drug, known by its experimental name LY2140023, in 196 patients. “All patients were hospitalized, gradually taken off any pretrial antipsychotic medications, […]

Comment #1 Readers often go to their medicine chests and find a lot of old bottles, only to ask themselves which medications should be flushed and which can be thrown […]