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"Celebrating its first anniversary, the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, fueled by substantial federal and state funding, has made notable strides despite staffing challenges, and plans to continue its life-saving outreach and expansion.
One of America’s largest ketamine clinic networks shut down in March due to financial issues.
Swearing reduces pain and offers emotional and social benefits.
Brain zaps, a symptom of antidepressant discontinuation syndrome (ADS), remain a mysterious and unsettling experience causing distress and discomfort in patients stepping off SSRIs.
minor ear anomalies are more common in people with depressive order.
First Case of CTE in Professional Female Football Player
The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry publishes an ongoing series of statistics refreshers written by Chittaranjan Andrade, MD
minor ear anomalies are more common in people with depressive order.