Most Recent Articles by CJ Arlotta, Digital Content Editor
An association was found between comorbid psychiatric comorbidities and headaches among individuals with traumatic brain injury.
Understanding how pain catastrophizing works can assist clinicians with providing effective treatments to patients with chronic pain.
New research suggests that a group of drugs being developed for mood disorders could also relieve chronic pain.
There were 18 893 deaths involving prescription opioids in the US in 2014.
The $1.1 billion figure is on top of the $400 million already included in the December budget agreement.
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Psychiatry Advisor Articles
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- First-Episode Delusional Disorder vs Schizophrenia: Assessment of Outcomes
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- Prevalence of Schizophrenia in Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes
- Daily Drinking Associated With Increased Mortality Risk
- The Opioid System: The Foundation for Social Risk and Reward
- Correctional Psychiatry: Challenges and Rewards
- Those Left Behind: Working With Suicide-Bereaved Families
- The Impact of Deafness on Hallucinations and Delusions
- Is Mandatory Reporting of Child Maltreatment in the Best Interests of the Child?
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- Mental Health Problems in Adolescents With HIV: Overview & Expert Interview
- Should Physicians Play a Role in Minimizing the Societal Cost of Medical Care?
- Digital Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Effective for Individuals With Insomnia
- How Do Medical Scribes Reduce EHR Documentation Burden for Physicians?