Mind-body interventions have been shown to reduce depression and anxiety in patients with IBD, but the benefits may extend to improvements in IBD symptoms.
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Investigators designed this study to evaluate the feasibility and potential utility of a peer-led CBT-based workshop for PPD.
Robyn Tiger, MD, radiologist and founder of StressFreeMD, talks about physician burnout and strategies for addressing stress-related illness.
Danny Eckert, PhD, a researcher on human sleep and respiratory physiology, explains the potential bidirectional relationship and the clinical complications of COMISA, comorbid insomnia and sleep apnea.
Individuals with gastroesophageal reflux disease have a higher prevalence of psychiatric disorders, which calls for a multidisciplinary approach to treatment.
Thomas Gillingwater, PhD, discusses how critical it is to start SMA treatment early in infants before the onset of symptoms.
Looking at stress and university students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
David Howell, PhD; and Heather Sesma, PhD; provide insight into the specific sequelae of concussion in youth and risk for subsequent mental health issues.
In addition to the physical risks, experts anticipate a myriad of mental health ramifications stemming from the loss of abortion access and the associated economic and occupational repercussions.
The main focus of the debate surrounding pediatric bipolar disorder pertains to the concept of a prepubertal subtype of the disorder.
Two experts speak about how apps address different needs and use different technologies, but taken together, they shed light on the manifold ways that apps can be used for depression management in clinical practice.
Lavanya Visvabharathy, PhD, Anna Cervantes-Arslanian, MD, and Jonathan Rogers, PhD, provide a closer look into the phenomenon known as “long-haul COVID” and its potential neurologic effects.
Lauren R. Natbony, MD, takes us on a deep dive into the association between nutrition and dietary patterns in migraine, including proposed mechanisms, and the remaining needs in patient education and research.
Psychiatrists and other mental health professionals are increasingly being asked to write letters certifying patients’ and clients’ animals as emotional support animals.
In part 2 of this 2-part series, gynecologist Nichole Tyson, MD, and Samuel Frank, her researcher assistant, emphasize the importance of neurologists and gynecologists to work together to optimize patient care in menstrual-related epilepsy.
The widespread use of cannabis and the public perception that it is harmless make screening and patient counseling a priority.
The link between head injury and dementia risk is not straightforward, but a neurologist and neuropsychologist discuss potential mechanisms and prevention efforts that can help increase awareness and minimize cognitive problems.
An expert roundtable of headache specialists helps outline chronic migraine as its own entity, disparities and barriers to treatment, and a need for better research and education.
In an interview, sleep medicine experts Milena K Pavlova, MD, and Rachel Ziegler, MD, discuss the latest developments in sleep disorder therapies and the existing gaps in sleep medicine.
Neurology advisor spoke with Charuta Joshi, MBBS regarding the use of the cannabis-based Epidiolex in the treatment of pediatric seizures.
We interview experts Younghoon Kwon, MD, MS, FACC, and Richard J Castriotta, MD, FCCP, FAASM, about the connections between obstructive sleep apnea-sudden cardiac death.
Patients with depression can live with symptoms for a long period of time before finding an option that works. One possibility for patients who are unable to find relief through pharmacology is transcranial magnetic stimulation. An expert offers his view on this form of treatment.
NP expert discusses screening and treatments for anxiety in children and adolescents in the primary care setting.
A survey of health care providers found a lack of knowledge on idiopathic hypersomnia (IH) among physicians, and that the disorder is often misdiagnosed. We spoke with Richard Bogan, MD, FCCP, FAASM, associate clinical professor at the University of the South Carolina School of Medicine about IH and criteria for diagnosing this sleep disorder.
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