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People with this condition seldom seek help for their antisocial pattern of behaviour.
It is a wonderful feeling when finally, after many…trials one gets it right and the patient comes in saying they have never felt better.
Battling incorrect treatment myths and stereotypes of mental illness
Dr. Paul Latimer addresses what can create happiness.
Author Mattieu Ricard says altruism and compassion, among qualities that combine to create happiness.
Research shows life achievement is more closely linked with wisdom than innate intelligence.
Depression among adolescents is a common and serious issue affecting as many as 10 per cent of youth between the ages of 12 and 17.
Due to stigma and incorrect understanding…most depressed teens don’t get any professional help.
The new study highlights the importance of continuing to examine medication use.
Tricyclic antidepressants, first-generation antihistamines and antimuscarinics for bladder control were studied.
A recent study in Denmark has shown those diagnosed with ADHD have twice the risk of premature death.
Work tasks over the course of a career were more strongly linked to later brain function than education.
Drug development is one example of evidence-based medicine…and it is surprising how easily we take it for granted.
For patients and their loved ones, not knowing how much time is left can be very stressful.
Misinformation circulates about…being found not criminally responsible due to a mental disorder.
Much more research is needed on this aspect of psychiatric treatment and assessment.
Mental health care is turning out to be one area of health that is adapting well to modern developments.
Unfortunately, cannabis does not generally have a positive effect on any psychiatric conditions.
Much more than shyness, social anxiety disorder is one of the most common psychiatric conditions.
Few specialists are qualified to give detailed testing for dementia…these services are not usually included under…medical coverage.