In this World Mental Health Day editorial, Dani Beck provides us with an overview of what the day entails and what general knowledge people should be aware of, as well as a focus on mental health issues in the realm of academia.
Analysis of large Danish and American datasets suggests that poor air quality may increase the prevalence of neurological and psychiatric disorders.
Neuroimaging studies may help researchers understand how connections break down in different psychiatric conditions, which may improve our understanding of these disorders.
A recent study has indicated that vitamin D affects perineuronal nets within the brain, which could facilitate the loss of brain plasticity.
Cannabis use amongst adolescents has been associated with increased risk of depression and anxiety in adulthood, according to a new study.
In the largest study of its kind, researchers have revealed that individuals who exercise report having fewer days of poor mental health than those who do not exercise.
In an international collaboration, researchers have determined that psychiatric disorders may have important molecular similarities that are not reflected in current diagnostic categories.
Over a third of adults in the USA may be unknowingly using prescription medications that could increase the risk of depression and suicide.
Efficacy and metabolic effects of lurasidone versus brexpiprazole in schizophrenia: a network meta-analysis
In this research article from Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research, a new network meta-analysis compares lurasidone and brexpiprazole in acute schizophrenia.
A new study has revealed that a nasal spray formulation of ketamine demonstrates promise in the rapid treatment of symptoms of major depression and suicidal thoughts.