Psychiatry

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Name: Psychiatry
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'Little Secrets' With Kids May Lead to Child Abuse

BENGALURU: Beware of charming men, as they may be wolves in sheep’s clothing. It is an old adage but psychological experts feel that in most cases of child abuse, the perpetrators have been charming, well-groomed, educated but found to be often having ... [Published New Indian Express - 9 hours ago]
First reported 15 hours ago - Updated 15 hours ago - 1 reports

Doctors with Early Life Stress Found at Risk for Professional Challenges

Novel 4-year study identifies how childhood stress impacts career performanceA study conducted by the UC San Diego Physician Assessment and Clinical Education program (PACE) found that childhood adversity could potentially play a role in a physician’s ... [Published Health Canal - 15 hours ago]
First reported 18 hours ago - Updated 18 hours ago - 1 reports

The New Habit Challenge: Can Listing Our Accomplishments Cure Our Stress Addiction? | Fast Company

Whether you’re a senior executive running a company, an intern at a small startup, or somewhere in between, you likely have a stressful day from time to time. Stress can sneak up on you. As a new study published in the Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric ... [Published DailyMe.Com - 18 hours ago]
First reported 19 hours ago - Updated 19 hours ago - 1 reports

People With ‘Walking Corpse Syndrome’ Think They Are Truly Dead

See Also In 1880, a middle-aged woman paid a visit to the French neurologist, Jules Cotard, complaining of an unusual predicament. She believed she had 'no brain, no nerves, no chest, no stomach, no intestines'.Mademoiselle X, as Cotard dubbed her in ... [Published Business Insider - 19 hours ago]
First reported 23 hours ago - Updated 23 hours ago - 1 reports

Psychiatry, science and humility (or lack thereof)

Mark Komrad's one-sided portrayal of psychiatry is as misleading as the Hollywood productions he criticizes ( "Fiction does a disservice to psychiatry," Oct. 23). In this mental health utopia, "modern psychiatric medication" and "state of the art treatment" ... [Published Baltimore Sun - 23 hours ago]
First reported Oct 31 2014 - Updated Oct 31 2014 - 1 reports

'Store up your sunlight hours now'

Doctors say we should make the most of the autumn sunshine. Photo: ShutterstockSpending time outdoors this autumn will help you survive a cold, dark Swedish winter. Baba Pendse, Head of Psychiatry at Lund University shares his top tips for battling the ... [Published The Local Sweden - Oct 31 2014]
First reported Oct 30 2014 - Updated Oct 31 2014 - 1 reports

Breakdown in gut barriers to bacteria may promote inflammation and craving in alcoholics

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 30-Oct-2014Philadelphia, PA, October 30, 2014 – Bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract fulfill many vital functions and are critical for digestion. Yet, these same bacteria can induce strong inflammatory responses by the immune system ... [Published EurekAlert! - Oct 30 2014]
First reported Oct 31 2014 - Updated Oct 31 2014 - 1 reports

Exposure therapy good for profound grief

Patients who have difficulty overcoming prolonged grief may respond better to treatment if asked to relive the deaths of their loved ones, an Australian study suggests.A combination of ‘exposure therapy’ and CBT resulted in greater reductions in depression ... [Published Australian Doctor - Oct 31 2014]
First reported Oct 30 2014 - Updated Oct 30 2014 - 1 reports

Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry in Geriatrics: Overcoming Challenges and Finding Solutions

The consultation/liaison service provides an excellent opportunity to showcase the skills and knowledge base of psychiatrists. Clinical issues that arise at the interface of psychiatry, medicine, and surgery can prove challenging and often require a multimodal ... [Published Psychiatric Times - Oct 30 2014]
First reported Oct 30 2014 - Updated Oct 30 2014 - 1 reports

This is your brain on drugs

Moderate marijuana use by healthy adults seems to pose little risk, and there are potential medical benefits, including easing nausea and pain. But it has long been known that, with the brain developing into the mid-20s, young people who smoke early and ... [Published Harvard Medical School - Oct 30 2014]
First reported Oct 30 2014 - Updated Oct 30 2014 - 1 reports

Visual Hallucinations in a Patient with Horner's Syndrome Secondary to Internal Carotid Dissection

AbstractA 67-year-old female presented with post-ganglionic Horner's syndrome. In addition to the classical symptoms of Horner's syndrome, the patient reported experiencing frightening complex visual and auditory hallucinations on two different occasions. ... [Published Sexual Development - Oct 30 2014]
First reported Oct 30 2014 - Updated Oct 30 2014 - 1 reports

Vitamin B a boost for antidepressants?

Vitamin B supplements may be a simple and cheap way of augmenting antidepressant treatment responses, WA research suggests.Supplements of vitamins B12, B6 and folate bolstered the effectiveness of the SSRI citalopram for major depression and helped stave ... [Published Australian Doctor - Oct 30 2014]

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...Emil Coccaro told the magazine. "There's a definite seasonal pattern. (Sufferers) have a major depression in the fall and winter when there's less light, and they recover when there's more light."
...According to Dr. Swingle, one of the best things about neurotherapy is, "It marries well with all other therapies whether experiential, EMDR, cognitive behaviour, pharmaceutical and so forth. Once the brain is functioning more efficiently, then it just markedly enhances the efficacy of these other procedures."
"Caffeine use disorder is having physical dependence, but in addition to physical dependence, some sort of harm because of the drug caffeine, as well as an inability to stop using it when someone wants to or when they're advised by a medical provider to do so" she explained
"The lack of good measures to document improvement in thinking that are appropriate, valid, and measure change in children and young adults with intellectual disabilities is a critical problem that is one of the largest barriers to development of new treatments to modify the underlying disease in developmental disabilities" —said Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, professor of biochemistry, neurological sciences, and pediatrics at Rush University Medical Center...

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The Scars of Sadness [Published Dallas Child - 5 hours ago]
'Little Secrets' With Kids May Lead to Child Abuse [Published New Indian Express - 9 hours ago]
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Can you become addicted to coffee? [Published WINK TV - 14 hours ago]
Doctors with Early Life Stress Found at Risk fo... [Published Health Canal - 15 hours ago]
World Mental Health Day Forum by the Global Men... [Published IH - BLOG - 16 hours ago]
At-home brain stimulation gaining followers [Published Science News Online - 16 hours ago]
Tests will track improved thinking in people wi... [Published EurekAlert! - 17 hours ago]
PIMS running ghost Tobacco Cessation Clinic [Published Pakistan Today - 17 hours ago]
Forced Organ Harvesting in China Discussed in E... [Published Epoch Times - 18 hours ago]
The New Habit Challenge: Can Listing Our Accomp... [Published DailyMe.Com - 18 hours ago]
Influence of Fuels, Weather and the Built Envir... [Published Plosone.org - 19 hours ago]
Looking at Jewish Positive Psychology through t... [Published Heritage Florida Jewish News - 19 hours ago]
People With ‘Walking Corpse Syndrome’ Think The... [Published Business Insider - 19 hours ago]
Health headlines: Diet may impact teeth [Published Central Florida News 13 - 22 hours ago]
The New Habit Challenge: Can Listing Our Accomp... [Published Fast Company - 22 hours ago]
Psychiatry, science and humility (or lack thereof) [Published Baltimore Sun - 23 hours ago]
Dietary Flavanols Reverse Age-Related Memory De... [Published theCSRfeed - 23 hours ago]
Editorial: Sex reassignment surgery [Published Individual.com - Oct 31 2014]
'Store up your sunlight hours now' [Published The Local Sweden - Oct 31 2014]
Accumulated environmental risks have substantia... [Published MedWire News - Oct 31 2014]
Lea's story: my days as a mad girl [Published open Democracy News Analysis - - Oct 31 2014]
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World Mental Health Day Forum by the Global Men... [Published IH - BLOG - 16 hours ago]
Guest blogger: Socorro Lopez Mental illness has proven to be one of society’s greatest invisible burdens, accounting for 4 of the 10 leading causes of disability worldwide. The Global Mental Health Advocacy Working Group recently honored World ...
Dietary Flavanols Reverse Age-Related Memory De... [Published theCSRfeed - 23 hours ago]
Findings strengthen link between specific brain region and normal memory decline SOURCE: Mars, Incorporated DESCRIPTION: NEW YORK, NY, October 26, 2014 /3BL Media/ -  Dietary cocoa flavanols—naturally occurring  bioactives  found in cocoa—reversed ...
Pfizer’s PRISTIQ® (desvenlafaxine) Demonstrates... [Published Business Wire Health News - Oct 29 2014]
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE) today announced the publication of a clinical study in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry showing comparable sexual function in adult patients diagnosed with major depressive disorder (MDD) treated daily ...
Ghrelin Stimulates an Appetite for Drinking Alc... [Published theCSRfeed - Oct 29 2014]
Reports new study in Biological Psychiatry SOURCE: Elsevier DESCRIPTION: Philadelphia, PA, October 29, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Ghrelin is a hormone released by the stomach and it stimulates appetite and food intake. Alcohol is commonly viewed as a psychoactive ...
Autistic Kids May Benefit From This Kind of Par... [Published Real Clear Politics - TIME.com - Oct 27 2014]
Parents can learn how to give effective therapy to their children with autism, a new study in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry finds. Researchers at Stanford University looked at a type of therapy called Pivotal Response Training (PRT), ...
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