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Interdisciplinary researchers aim to leverage a $2.6 million NIA grant to develop and validate two low-cost, low-effort screening tools for use in primary care settings.
Our new trial is pairing short-term ketamine therapy with the CAMS methodology over the long term in an attempt to reduce suicidality in adolescents and young adults.
A psychiatrist with expertise in gender dysphoria explores implications of documented structural and functional differences between transgender and cisgender brains.
Initial results from one of the largest studies in children and adolescents to investigate the role of COMT polymorphism suggest the promise of early identification of individuals who may be more vulnerable to self-harm and suicidality.
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Recent CDC survey data on the pandemic’s mental health impacts are being borne out by families seen at Cleveland Clinic. One of our child and adolescent psychiatrists shares some actions taken in response.
Although prompted by the pandemic, virtual SMAs are likely to persist long-term for the sometimes marginalized and isolated population of patients with FMDs.
A substantial number of patients with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder do not achieve a stable medication dose right away. Michael Manos, PhD, discusses titration strategies and how pediatricians can support families through the process.
The incidence of stress cardiomyopathy in patients with acute coronary syndrome spiked in the early months of the COVID-19 era relative to historical levels, a Cleveland Clinic study reveals.
Burnout risk has been especially high since the pandemic began. In this episode of our Neuro Pathways podcast, a health psychologist shares insights on its causes and how to cultivate resiliency.
Plummeting rates of ED visits for suicidal ideation and overall behavioral health in a new Cleveland Clinic study are a wake-up call to providers and the public at large.