Most Recent Articles by Melissa Vallas, MD
Gratitude can help people to become more social and develop deeper and healthier relationships, which in turn can improve their emotional health.
Positive influences by fathers on their children is associated with fewer behavioral problems and less impulsivity.
Being aware of patients' religious and spiritual beliefs and incorporating them into treatment can improve outcomes.
As more kids go to ERs for mental health treatment, clinicians need to prepare patients for what to expect.
Building loving relationships has been shown to improve depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses.
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Psychiatry Advisor Articles
- Role of Expressed Emotion in Family Psychopathology
- Serum Uric Acid May Predict Bipolar Disorder in Patients With Depression
- Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Is Effective Treatment for Adolescent Anxiety
- Health and Social Factors Predict Changes in Depressive Symptoms in Women
- ASD Risk on Offspring With Prenatal Use of Medication Affecting Neurotransmitter System
- Cannabis Use, Cannabis Use Disorder Linked to Psychotic, Depressive Symptoms
- Association Between Opioid and Benzodiazepine Misuse and Suicidal Ideation
- The Intersection of Eating and Alcohol Disorders: Detecting and Managing "Drunkorexia"
- Heart Rate Variability Predicts Treatment Response in Anxious Depression
- Impulsivity in Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, ADHD
- Vulnerability to Psychosocial Disability in Psychosis
- Behavioral Health Screening Advocated for Teens With Epilepsy
- KCNQ Channel Potentiator Ezogabine Delivers Promising Results in Major Depressive Disorder
- Increase Seen in Amphetamine, Opioid Use in Pregnant Women
- Psychotic Experiences May Predict Future Suicidal Behaviors