Authors say automated approach could be used to improve early autism screening.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on children and adults with ADHD. This case explores the effects long COVID has had on an adult patient with ADHD.
Investigators sought to evaluate the association between early childhood sleep and probable childhood ADHD diagnosis and if these prospective associations are mediated by childhood circulating inflammatory markers.
The updated recommendations include both nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic interventions for adults in the acute phase of MDD.
AANP and AAPA Presidents discuss how elimination of the X-Waiver and patient caps for buprenorphine prescription for opioid use disorder will affect clinical practice.
January FDA approvals include treatments for mood disorders, pertussis in infants, Alzheimer disease, and type 2 diabetes.
A woman is evaluated by psychiatry on postpartum day 2 after staff noticed her talking to the mirror in her room and not showing affection to her newborn child. Case shows ethical decisions made when managing mental illness during pregnancy.
The approval was based on data from adequate and well-controlled studies with risperidone long-acting injection (intramuscular).
Researchers examined the relationship between maternal age and childhood ADHD to determine which factors may mediate or confound the association.
Authors say respectful maternity care may help address maternal morbidity in Black women.
Do women or girls with ADHD using hormonal contraceptives (HCs) have an increased risk for depression compared with HC users who do not have ADHD?
December FDA approvals include treatments for weight loss in adolescents, major depressive disorder, lung cancer detection, metastatic non-small cell lung cancer, multiple sclerosis, and lymphoma.
Individuals with gastroesophageal reflux disease have a higher prevalence of psychiatric disorders, which calls for a multidisciplinary approach to treatment.
Investigators sought to elucidate the prevalence of anxiety and depression in patients with pediatric psoriasis and advocate for psychological screening and intervention as needed.
Psychiatric comorbidities, chemical restraint use, public insurance tied to emergency revisits; substance use disorders associated with lower likelihood of revisits.
Does not reduce risk of relapse overall, but can reduce relapse risk and manic symptom severity for low-risk individuals.
A 45-year-old man presents to his primary care office at 9:00 AM after he was asked to leave work the day before because he smelled of alcohol and had been acting erratically.
Is a clinician liable for not properly treating a patient who later dies by suicide and kills his family?
The AAP outlines 5 tests and procedures commonly ordered in pediatric emergency medicine that clinicians and patients should question.
Researchers sought to evaluate how sustained attention relates to white matter maturation in children who are neurotypical and children with ADHD.