Findings from a Cleveland Clinic-led study suggest that peripheral inflammation that impacts the kynurenic pathway may be a useful tool in earlier identification of adolescents who are at risk for suicide.Read More
Discontinuing Antidepressants: Pearls and Pitfalls
Discontinuing or changing antidepressants, especially when done quickly, can cause an array of adverse effects that may last from days to months. This review shares risk factors and advice for prevention and management.
Language Matters for Optimal Care
How care providers communicate with and about patients makes a difference to their health. Inclusive communications requires caregivers to be intentional and empathetic.
Neuropsychiatric Management of the ICU Survivor
The long-term needs of ICU survivors have spurred the emergence of post-ICU recovery clinics and the evolving use of strategies ranging from cognitive rehab to medications to psychotherapy to ICU diaries.
Neuropsychiatric Assessment of the ICU Survivor
Post-ICU care now extends from the acute post-ICU survival period to include months and even years beyond discharge. This demands an ability to screen for and diagnose post-intensive care syndrome.
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Initial Cognitive Manifestation of Dementia Predicts Later Behavioral Symptoms
The initial primary phenotype of Alzheimer’s or Lewy body dementia — amnestic, executive, language or visuospatial — correlates with later behavioral and psychological changes, a new study finds.
A Blueprint for Better Mental Healthcare in Parkinson Disease
Holistic wellness interventions can help combat mental healthcare inequalities and lack of social support faced by people with Parkinson disease, a team of experts suggests.
‘Pandemic Babies’ Show Neurodevelopmental Differences at 6 Months, Study Finds
Researchers at Columbia University found that babies born during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic measured lower in gross motor, fine motor and personal-social domains at 6 months, compared to a historical cohort born before the pandemic.
6 Ways to Promote Better Trigeminal Neuralgia Outcomes Through Multidisciplinary Care
Staff from our trigeminal neuralgia care team share why and how to ensure that patient evaluation and care is multidisciplinary from the start.
7 Ways to Build Resilience Amid Another COVID-19 Surge
When you can’t change external circumstances, tap into internal resources to find strength and peace.
The Current State of Tobacco Cessation: Evaluation and Behavioral Intervention
An individualized treatment for tobacco cessation is necessary and should be based on severity of nicotine dependence, probability of developing withdrawal symptoms, comorbidities, local resources and patient preferences.