Since the 1960s, the number of psychiatric beds in the United States has decreased dramatically as a result of the closure of the traditional asylum system and the shift to community-based mental health care.
Largely understudied until recently, Functional Neurological Disorder presents a critical challenge to practitioners in neurology and psychiatry.
Dr Jha provided discussion regarding the use of anti-inflammatory therapies for depression.
Investigators evaluated the effects of mindfulness-based intervention on university students’ mental and physical health.
A growing body of research points to the role of the gut-brain axis in the development of Parkinson disease, with inflammatory bowel disease, leaky gut, and altered gut microbiota observed in the gut, often years before the onset of symptoms of Parkinson disease.