Skip to main content

From Psych Congress

SAN DIEGO—While medications can address some of the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, maintaining a healthy lifestyle can delay its onset and slow progression of the disease, a geriatric psychiatry…
PSYCH CONGRESS NEWSROOM
SAN DIEGO—There is no single profile of a school shooter, and potential threats must be evaluated based on the behavior of the student instead, forensic psychiatrist Phillip J. Resnick, MD, said at a…
PSYCH CONGRESS NEWSROOM
SAN DIEGO—Mental health clinicians aren't talking to their patients enough about sexual dysfunction commonly associated with depression and its treatment, Anita Clayton. MD, stated at Psych Congress 2019.
PSYCH CONGRESS NEWSROOM
SAN DIEGO—Psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy appears to have a beneficial and lasting effect on patient mood, but possible approval of the treatment remains some time away, a researcher said at Psych Congress 2019.
PSYCH CONGRESS NEWSROOM
SAN DIEGO—A year’s treatment with the investigational drug ALKS 3831 was generally well-tolerated and demonstrated a safety profile that supports long-term use, according to study findings presented at Psych Congress 2019.
PSYCH CONGRESS NEWSROOM
SAN DIEGO—Cannabidiol (CBD) has quickly entered the mainstream, but there is a dearth of evidence about the effects of the cannabis byproduct, a speaker told a large audience at Psych Congress 2019.
SAN DIEGO—The opioid withdrawal drug lofexidine demonstrated statistically significant efficacy across a half-dozen patient- and clinician-reported outcomes during the first 7 days after immediate…
PSYCH CONGRESS NEWSROOM
SAN DIEGO—Children with bipolar disorder who were treated with lurasidone had a lower risk of all-cause and psychiatric-related hospitalization than those treated with aripiprazole or olanzapine,…
PSYCH CONGRESS NEWSROOM
SAN DIEGO—People with binge eating disorder (BED) are at increased risk of suicidal ideation and suicide attempt—and that risk appears even greater if they also have attention-deficit/hyperactivity…
PSYCH CONGRESS NEWSROOM
SAN DIEGO—Clinicians tend to decrease monotherapy and increase adjunctive therapy when patients with major depressive disorder experience major depressive episodes, according to research presented at…
Back to Top