New study reveals remarkable changes in how hallucinogenic drugs are perceived by American psychiatrists.Read More
Psychiatrists say fentanyl test strips can be powerful tool for slowing the scourge of overdoses attributed to tainted street drugs.
New study raises concerns about the use of potent coprescriptions to manage insomnia before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Novel program links emergency department patients suffering from drug or alcohol use disorders with long-term addiction treatment.
When evaluating adults with ADHD, researchers urge physicians to focus less on patients’ symptoms and more on their ability to complete tasks.
Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services Policy
Psychiatrists marvel at the expanding role of serotonin in our understanding of the human brain and reflect on the molecule’s 75-year history.
Ethical considerations attend decisions about disclosing a likely dementia diagnosis. They begin with patient autonomy – a core value of medicine.
Offering patients a mix of online group therapy sessions and one-on-one appointments can significantly shorten the time to a first follow-up session, a new study shows.
How can caregivers advocate for patients with behavioral health needs? Join us for this episode of Nurse Essentials, where experts discuss how to create a safe clinical environment that addresses patients’ individual risk factors and requirements.
New study reveals that ketamine rivals electroconvulsive therapy for the management of treatment-resistant depression, giving clinicians an important new tool for patients with refractory disease.
Growing public interest in psychedelics requires clinicians to understand and be comfortable discussing the therapeutic use of mind-altering substances with their patients.