While workplace stress is common, here are signs to warn patients that it may be affecting their mental health.
The Clinton Foundation's Health Matters Initiative, in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, issued a report providing 49 recommendations under 10 topic areas on how to address the opioid crisis.
Researchers identified a DNA variant—located in the DNMT3B gene—that increases likelihood of nicotine dependence. The variant is commonly found in people of European and African descent. The discovery could create possibilities into new research for nicotine addiction treatments.
Post-traumatic stress disorder affects approximately 3.5% of US adults and an estimated 1 in 11 people will experience PTSD in their lifetime.
Nineteen of 20 patients who received psilocybin showed an improvement in their symptoms for up to 5 weeks after treatment.
A recently published study reports that women who develop high blood pressure in their 40s could be at a higher risk for developing dementia later in life.
Seven signs and symptoms might alert someone to the possible presentation of schizophrenia.
Fathers face a higher risk of postpartum depression if testosterone levels drop 9 months after the baby is born.
Researchers from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have discovered the cellular receptor that causes weight gain from antipsychotic drugs.
Antidepressant switching may not be the best way to aid depression patients with no response to the first antidepressant taken.
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