Most Recent Articles by Jonathan Block
A handful of studies indicate that older people with active herpes virus may be more likely to develop Alzheimer's
Abnormal variations in the gene PDE10A19 might impact signaling of a messaging pathway responsible for learning, memory.
Study is the first to compare suicide risk of new mothers with postpartum disorder to other categories of women.
Letters were sent to physicians who were found to be prescribing addictive drugs such as opioids 400% more than colleagues.
Students with self-described addictive behaviors toward smartphones or the Internet scored higher on anxiety and depression scales.
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Psychiatry Advisor Articles
- Illicit Cannabis Use Among Adults Up Due to Medical Marijuana Laws
- Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Inferior to Escitalopram
- Memory Training Opportunities Exist for Patients With Schizophrenia
- APA: Medical Discrimination Based on Size Psychologically, Physically Harms Patients
- Early Detection Markers of Alzheimer's Disease Possibly Identified
- Criteria For Identification of Smartphone Addiction
- Bipolar Disorder: Childhood Trauma Modulates Impact on Amygdala, Hippocampus
- Psychiatric Evaluations: Questions on Suicide Need to Be Rephrased
- Subsequent Suicide Attempts May Be Reduced by Emergency Department Interventions
- Most Opioids Prescribed for Patients With Mental Health Disorders
- Prescription Opioid Misuse Remains a Persistent Problem
- Revised Treatment Guidelines for Pediatric Acute Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome
- Long-term Response to Prophylactic Mood Stabilizers in Bipolar Disorder
- Medically Supervised Withdrawal, an Option for Pregnant Women Addicted to Opioids
- Navigating the Thin Line Between Identification & Intimacy With Patients