There is an argument being made by some for “reopening the economy” regardless, of the number of Americans who may die from COVID-19 if social distancing measures are relaxed before the spread of the disease can be contained by testing and quarantining the infected.
What COVID-19 delirium can teach us about mental illnesses | Karen Lankford, PhD Neuroscientist Researcher
A number of recently recovered COVID-19 patients have begun describing vivid, and often frightening, hallucinations and delusions they experienced […]
Strokes Caused by COVID-19 Infections Raise Concerns About Mental Health Symptoms| Karen Lankford, PhD Neuroscientist Researcher
Now, more than ever, it is important to take cognitive and emotional symptoms seriously. There are many people suffering brain injury from COVID-19 […]
If you are feeling anxious these days… | Blog Post by Karen Lankford, PhD, Neuroscientist Yale University
If you are feeling anxious these days, it is because you have been paying attention. Anyone who had not been worried about their health, the health of their loved ones, their jobs, or their retirement savings is probably either under the age of three or has been in a comma for the past month. These […]
The developing nervous system uses many of the same chemical signals to organize brain structures that the immune system uses to fight serious infections. Therefore, infections such as a bad flu during pregnancy can increase the risk that the developing fetus will later have autism or bipolar disorder. (Depending on the time of the infection, […]
When you live with mental illness, taking good care of yourself is a top priority. But what if you’ve fixed your diet and exercise habits, developed tools to manage your condition, but still struggle to sleep? Sleep problems are common in people with mental illness, but they’re not insurmountable. These tips will help you solve […]
Four Basic things people get wrong about mental illness and addiction | Karen Lankford, PhD , Neuroscientist at Yale University
Until a few years ago, I paid little attention to the ways that mental illnesses and addiction were being discussed in the public arena.
Everyone wants to end gun violence. Everyone deserves to live, work, and raise families in a safe environment in America. So how do we reasonably reduce gun violence in America […]
This month the NCIBH spoke with Sharon Engdahl, Executive Director of the AMWA. Sharon has worked in the mental health education and research field for over 45 years.
Email Address of First Author: firstname.lastname@example.org Authors: Michael C.LaFerney Title of Publication: Do the following diagnoses belong in the DSM-5? Year of Publication: 2019 Sources of Funding (ex: NIH, VARR&D) Elite/ Advance for Nurses Affiliations: Quincy College Journal Citation Information: https://www.elitecme.com/resource-center/nursing/specialties/mental-health/do-the-following-diagnoses-belong-in-the-dsm-5/ Type of Study (select one) Demographic/Survey Results […]