The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-275-TALK (8255)) will change to 988 as of July 16, 2022.
David O. Carpenter, MD, a public health physician, discusses the need for more research on gene-environment interactions that may contribute to altered cognition in older adults.
A growing body of research suggests that patients are not always transparent with their physicians about critical information.
Amid the global COVID-19 pandemic that overwhelmed hospitals, upended the economy, and sent much of the world into lockdown, researchers tracked a concerning uptick in alcohol use.
Patients trust that what they tell their doctors will remain confidential, but under certain specific circumstances, the doctors may be obligated to breach that trust.
Military hospitals are implementing therapy dog programs to support patients, families, and staff.
Investigators at King’s College London in the UK evaluated data from a national database of adolescents aged who were enrolled in 4 state-maintained school and resident programs from their 11th birthday or April 2009 to presentation at an emergency department for self-harm, their 18th birthday, or March 2013.
Rates of anxiety and depression have increased during the pandemic and are linked to preeclampsia risk, making screening for mental health conditions at prenatal visits essential.
After a school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Tali Raviv, MD, associate director of the Center for Childhood Resilience at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago, discussed strategies for clinicians to help their clients manage high-profile incidents of violence.