Psychotic experiences before age 13 are markers of increased risk for such disordered-eating behaviors as binge eating, fasting and purging in late adolescence, according to a new U.K. study.

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A recent study found which condition late in life is associated with Alzheimer’s disease pathology and more brain infarcts? Get the answer and more information here.

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Researchers have developed and validated a 12-question tool for clinicians, researchers, and women to gauge the presence and severity of perimenopausal depression.

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While 40% of US veterans experienced remission of treatment-resistant major depression after receiving repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), TMS failed to significantly outperform sham treatment in a new study.

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Prenatal exposure to grain products fortified with folic acid is linked with changes in brain development that, in turn, predict a decreased risk of psychosis, according to a study published online in JAMA Psychiatry.

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David Granirer

As a community college comedy instructor, David Granirer noticed how life-changing it could be for someone to take on and conquer the challenge of performing as a stand-up comedian.

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The Psych Congress community lost a family member. Eric Arauz was a dear and well-respected colleague, passionate mental health advocate, Psych Congress Steering Committee member and faculty, and above all, friend. He brought a unique perspective to the committee as someone who himself had a mental illness and was a champion deeply committed to fighting the stigma of mental illness.