The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-275-TALK (8255)) will change to 988 as of July 16, 2022.
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The Maternal Mental Health Hotline is a confidential, toll-free hotline for expecting and new moms experiencing mental health challenges.
With youth suicides on the rise, the American Academy of Pediatrics and American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, in collaboration with experts from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), created a document to support pediatric health clinicians.
With ketamine gaining more attention to combat treatment-resistant depression (TRD), we look at the administration of ketamine through in-home measures.
Presenting at the 2022 AAN Annual Meeting, researchers examined pimavanserin for the treatment of dementia-related psychosis.
A substantial government investment will support efforts across the country to “shore up, scale up, and staff up” suicide prevention and crisis care services.
US Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy issued a public health advisory on the mental health challenges confronting youth, a rare warning and a call to action to address what he called an “emerging crisis exacerbated by pandemic hardships.”
With teens relying heavily on their friends and social connections for emotional support, the restrictions imposed to contain COVID-19 are especially hard on them. The C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health asked a national sample of parents about the emotional impact pandemic restrictions have had on their teens aged 13 to 18.
Patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome and a preexisting psychiatric illness, particularly generalized anxiety disorder, were more likely to develop intensive care unit delirium.
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