Most Recent Articles by Linda Peckel
Mood symptoms in patients with bipolar disease may be a marker of cognitive symptom severity or cognitive deficits.
Sarah Hollingsworth Lisanby, MD, director, Translational Research Division at the National Institute of Mental Health, discusses the use of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for maintenance therapy in depression.
Evidence suggests that several underlying mechanisms of bipolar disorder may be improved with dietary interventions, and good nutrition is associated with improved outcomes in this population.
Successful management of both the manic and depressive states in bipolar disorder has been difficult to achieve, despite a broad range of pharmacologic treatments available.
Sexual harassment perpetuated by celebrities, prominent government officials, and others in positions of power is broadly affecting US culture.
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- The Opioid System: The Foundation for Social Risk and Reward
- Correctional Psychiatry: Challenges and Rewards
- Those Left Behind: Working With Suicide-Bereaved Families
- The Impact of Deafness on Hallucinations and Delusions
- Is Mandatory Reporting of Child Maltreatment in the Best Interests of the Child?
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- Should Physicians Play a Role in Minimizing the Societal Cost of Medical Care?
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