Mental illness affects 1 in 5 US adults every year; some of them are your patients. This brief study of "the numbers" is essential.
Highlights from a recent evidence-based review offer guidance on feasible depression treatments in primary care.
Highlights of an evidence-based review offer practical guidance for effective depression screening and assessment strategies for primary care physicians.
A new study being presented next week at AHA's 2019 Scientific Sessions found a strong link between depression and non-fatal heart disease.
A new study suggests that deep brain stimulation may be a safe and effective treatment option for patients with treatment-resistant depression.
Veterans who suffer from mental illness were found to be at an increased risk for major cardiovascular disease outcomes in a new study.
Find out what you know about a common neuropsychiatric disorder by taking this quick 8-question quiz.
Paradox: a new study finds that despite wide us of antidepressants in the US, many who need treatment do not get it while others are overtreated.
A new study found that commonly prescribed antihypertension drugs affect mood disorders--either positively or negatively.
Do doctors’ politics affect treatment decisions on, for example, drug use, firearms, and sexual behavior? Do yours?