Most Recent Articles by Hannah Dellabella
Patients with MS and comorbid psychiatric conditions have increased severity of subsequent neurological disability.
Clinicians should be aware of the significant dropout risk for patients with major depressive disorder and comorbid anxiety.
Investigators sought to determine the prevalence of depression in patients with type 2 diabetes.
A discrepancy was found between subjective and objective measures of cognitive function in patients with major depressive disorder.
Parental asthma may be associated with increased risk for bipolar disorder and schizophrenia spectrum disorders in offspring.
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Psychiatry Advisor Articles
- #MeToo: Helping Victims Cope With Sexual Harassment
- Association Between Psychosis and Development of Dementia in Older Men
- Phonemic Verbal Advantage in Mild Cognitive Impairment May Predict Risk for Alzheimer Disease
- Psychosis Could Be a Potential Side Effect of Steroid Treatment in Kids
- Guidance Offered for Improving Mental Health in Workplace
- Triiodothyronine in the Treatment of Bipolar Depression
- Nutritional Influences on Bipolar Disorder in Children
- Old Challenges and New Directions in Managing Tardive Dyskinesia
- Early Intervention Strategies for Bipolar Disorder: Clinical Dilemmas and Directions
- Similar Rates of Childhood Trauma in Schizophrenia and Substance Use Disorders
- Psychiatric Comorbidities Increase Neurologic Disability in Multiple Sclerosis
- Self-Regulation Interventions Beneficial for Children
- Traumatic Brain Injury Associated With Increased Risk for Dementia
- Adverse Neurodevelopmental and Mental Health Outcomes in PCOS
- Depression and Sleep Disturbances: Common Bedfellows