A new help line for health care providers aims to improve physical and behavioral health outcomes for pregnant and postpartum persons and their babies and families.
Perinatal Psychiatrists and APAL Directors Saira Kalia, MD, and Kathryn Emerick, MD were interviewed by the Arizona Daily Star where they promoted the launch of the new Arizona Perinatal Psychiatry Access Line program.
In a clinical trial involving older adults with treatment-resistant depression, aripiprazole augmentation was more effective than switching to bupropion, with a lower risk of falls.
A growing body of research shows getting little or poor sleep doesn't just make people feel tired the next day – it places them at higher risk for heart attacks and early death, along with cognitive decline, dementia, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, depression and other chronic health conditions. Dr. Michael Grandner was interviewed and quoted in a San Francisco Gate article, "What happens when we sleep, and why we need just the right amount each night".
In a recent podcast, Dr. Adrienne and Dr. Noshene unravel the science behind trauma and adverse childhood experiences that affect people all over the world, highlighting how important it is to address and work on such issues.
A mental health crisis created over the past three years could have long-term public health consequences, including shorter lifespans. Dr. Jordan Karp was quoted in this article.
Drs. Ranjbar and Duong were interviewed and quoted in a Daily Wildcat article.
What is the connection between sleep, race, ethnicity, and health disparities? What is being done to reduce these disparities? Dr. Michael Grandner provides an overview of sleep health disparities research.