Although awareness of physician burnout has increased, the problem continues to affect medical students, residents, and practicing physicians.
Researchers sought to determine how much has changed since the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology first reported on sexual harassment two decades ago.
Heart rate variability and specific inflammatory biomarkers can differentiate major depressive disorder from depression in bipolar disorder.
Venlafaxine was superior to lithium in reducing symptoms of both bipolar II, depression, and anxiety.
A combination of psychoeducation, cognitive-based therapy, visualization, and breathing exercises may represent a tolerable and readily accepted complementary therapeutic approach for adolescent patients with chronic pain.
Youths receiving dual therapy for depression had the highest incidence of attempted suicide compared with those receiving monotherapy.
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved Abilify MyCite, which contains an ingestible sensor that records whether or not the medication was taken.
US Surgical residents have severe stress and high burnout levels during general training.
Mood, health-related QoL, and anxiety are not further improved by internet support group.
Men who identified as vegetarian had higher depression scores compared with non-vegetarians.
Depressive symptoms increase during the internship year for training physicians, with a greater increase among women.
Asenapine shown to decrease the time to recurrence of manic and depressive episodes among patients with bipolar I disorder.
Greater awareness and enhancing communication between patients and primary care providers can help lower the risk of suicide among US veterans.
CBGT did not prevent overweight and obese patients with type 2 diabetes from regaining weight lost during weight loss programs.
Type 2 diabetes is greater with second-generation antipsychotics than with non-second-generation antipsychotic psychotropic medications for patients aged 6 to 25 years.
Greater positive mood significantly predicted greater antibody responses to the influenza vaccination.
A correlation was found between undertaking regular leisure-time exercise and reduced incidence of future depression but not anxiety.
Clinicians prescribing antidepressants may need to consider augmenting monotherapy with another agent.
Patient selection is key to optimizing the risk-to-benefit ratio of ketamine therapy.
Advancements in smartphone technology may present an opportunity to help patients manage depressive symptoms.
After the inclusion of recent negative studies, a statistically significant association between AD use and diabetes was observed.
In patients with depressive symptoms, vitamin D deficiency with no additional supplements had the highest depressive score at 6 months and shortest cardiac event-free survival.
A significant number of avoidable visits to the emergency department are related to mental health and dental conditions.
Psychosis was not associated with worse clinical or functional outcomes in patients with bipolar disorder.
The goal of the screening test is to make users more aware of depression and encourage them to seek treatment.
Women with mental illness engage in significantly more sexually risky behaviors than men, and personality risk scores are a significant predictor of total sex acts for women but not men.
Research reveals an adverse effect of sugar intake from sweet foods and beverages on long-term psychological health.
Researchers found no difference in outcomes between older and younger adults undergoing transcranial magnetic stimulation for depression.
Mixed and psychotic features and comorbid anxiety disorder were also associated with poor treatment response.
Researchers found an association between poor metabolic health and depression, regardless of weight status.