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New National Survey of People Living with Bipolar I Disorder Provides Insights Into Disease-Related Challenges and the Treatment Journey

Respondents Reported Physical and Psychosocial Impacts of Living with Bipolar I Disorder and Side Effects of Medications Used to Treat the Disease More Than...

The Forgotten in Mental Health Facilities Do Have a Few Advocates

Psychiatry has not a checkered past but a past that must push all of us into a more enlightened future. Relating the past, just...

Putting the Information Back into Informed Consent and Refusal

Health providers must provide adequate information regarding the risks and benefits for informed consent to take place through shared decision-making.

Record Numbers of Californians Die From COVID-19, Surgeon General Promotes Yoga and Screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences

When evidence faces off against the power of celebrity status and charisma, the evidence is left lying face down in the street. That becomes particularly important to take into account during a pandemic in which people are dying from misinformation.