Most Recent Articles by Suzanne Bujara
Bipolar disorder is often comorbid with substance use disorders, with alcohol being the top substance. Clinicians should take a thorough history to uncover substance use disorder because it will guide the management of both disorders.
Before the next set of guidelines are updated and harmonized, individual studies may provide direction for clinicians.
The erythematotelangiectatic, papulopustular, phymatous, and ocular forms of rosacea can lead to psychological distress.
Patients will still be at risk for schizophrenia or bipolar disorder even several years after an episode of substance-induced psychosis.
Mental health problems are 1 of the most important reasons for failing to engage in long-term control of HIV.
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- Strong Social Networks May Mitigate the Effects of Childhood Adversity
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