Psychiatry Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Radiologists do not face elevated risk of radiation-related mortalityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Medical News Today

    Radiologists who graduated from medical school after 1940 do not face an increased risk of dying from radiation-related causes like cancer , according to a new study appearing online in the journal Radiology . Researchers said the findings point to the success of efforts to reduce occupational radiation doses over the past several decades.

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  2. Compelling Nonsense: TED and the New Dr. FoxRead the original story

    Mar 16, 2016 | Joseph Reagle

    A recent TEDx Talk by Will Stephen is the new " Dr. Fox Lecture ." In the 1970s researchers designed an experiment to see how a group would rate a short lecture by an actor, trained only the day before, who charismatically presented bunk . 1 comment

  3. Can a stint in the - fever machine' treat depression?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Boston.com

    ... in Atlanta, so he could start researching them. An early mentor, Dr. Andrew Miller, director of adult outpatient psychiatry at Emory, steered him in a more practical direction: "I encouraged him to think about how the immune system might influence ...

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  4. Call for more research into antidepressants and obesity linkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | ABC News

    Professor Julio Licinio of the Department of Psychiatry at Flinders University and colleagues argue antidepressants could have a delayed effect on the weight of people who eat high fat diets. "This is very worrisome because the number of people who have been exposed to antidepressants in the general population is immense," Professor Licinio said.

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  5. Pilot scheme planned to thwart student suicidesRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 19 | The Standard

    ... that the scheme will involve teachers, social workers and nurses. Two Hospital Authority nurses specializing in psychiatry will be sent to the schools. These nurses will identify students most at risk of suicide and refer them for professional ... 1 comment

  6. Medical group welcomes new specialistRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Red Bluff Daily News

    ... for the Armed Forces in Afghanistan. A Board Certified Diplomate in Vascular Neurology from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Helseth is an expert on stroke, brain aneurysms and other blood vessel disorders of the brain and spine. ...

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  7. Actors highly vulnerable to mental health problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... his book, The Interpretation of Dreams, arguing that our dreams are nothing ... A new study in Biological Psychiatry reports that variations in 16p11.2, a region of the genome associated with risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), have distinct ...

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  8. Radiologists not at higher risk of radiation-related mortalityRead the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | Nerve News

    New York, July 19 - While older radiologists faced increased risk of dying from radiation-related causes like cancer, those who graduated from medical school after 1940 do not face such risk any more, says a study. The findings point to the success of efforts to reduce occupational radiation doses over the past several decades, the researchers said.

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  9. RSNA: Radiologists Do Not Face Elevated Risk of Radiation-related...Read the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | PRWeb

    Radiologists who graduated from medical school after 1940 do not face an increased risk of dying from radiation-related causes like cancer, according to a new study appearing online, July 19, in the journal Radiology . Researchers said the findings point to the success of efforts to reduce occupational radiation doses over the past several decades.

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  10. Radiologists do not face elevated risk of radiation-related mortalityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Radiologists who graduated from medical school after 1940 do not face an increased risk of dying from radiation-related causes like cancer, according to a new study appearing online in the journal Radiology . Researchers said the findings point to the success of efforts to reduce occupational radiation doses over the past several decades.

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  11. FDA: Electroshock has risks but is useful to combat severe depressionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | The Washington Post

    Brain wave activity is displayed by psychiatrist Daniel Maixner at the electroconvulsive therapy treatment area at the University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor. After years of consideration, the Food and Drug Administration has determined that for carefully selected patients with profound depression, the benefits of electroconvulsive therapy, long demonized, outweigh the risks of possible memory loss caused by its use.

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  12. A clear-cut approach to autism screening and diagnosisRead the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | Science Blog

    ... collaboration and research is documented in a paper published in The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry . Study authors Daniel Bone, Bishop, Matthew Black, Matthew Goodwin, Lord and Shrikanth Narayanan looked at two established industry ...

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  13. More Read the original story

    Sunday Jul 17 | KHGI

    The annual Great Plains Disaster Behavioral Health Conference has been scheduled for July 29 at the downtown Hilton hotel in Omaha. Psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, public health officials, first responders and others are encouraged to attend.

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  14. Many psychotherapists prefer the depressed with cash to the depressed with insuranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | Tri-cityherald.com

    There's something that really bothers Stanford psychiatry professor Keith Humphreys. When he thinks of all the years he spends training the next generation of psychiatrists, the enormous investment in medical school and residency, he wants them to devote that education to taking care of people with serious mental illness.

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  15. Georgiaa s grimmer health realitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 16 | Ledger-Enquirer.com

    Friday's editorial shared some quasi-encouraging Georgia numbers from the latest Commonwealth Fund study of 306 urban health care "markets" in the United States. The encouragement is in the fact that Georgia's urban health "scorecards" have substantially improved, and that Columbus ranks second highest in the state, behind only Atlanta.

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  16. Denver center helps those near death with eating disordersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 16 | White Lake Beacon

    In this photo taken July 6, 2016, physical therapist Michelle Laging, left, shows patient Dante Rana, a stretch at the ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders at Denver Health Medical Center. Dante is recovering from Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder .

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  17. on Mental Illness: You Don't Have to Like Your PsychiatristRead the original story

    Friday Jul 15 | Berkeley Daily Planet

    In 1984, I disliked the psychiatrist I saw at Kaiser in Hayward. I had been noncompliant with medication and, as a result, had been put on injections of Prolixin administered by a nurse--so that persons who were treating me could be certain that I was medicated. 1 comment

  18. Psychotherapists Gravitate Toward Those Who Can PayRead the original story

    Friday Jul 15 | US News & World Report

    There's something that really bothers Stanford psychiatry professor Keith Humphreys. When he thinks of all the years he spends training the next generation of psychiatrists, the enormous investment in medical school and residency, he wants them to devote that education to taking care of people with serious mental illness.

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  19. Response to bogus distress call for help delayed Viking ship's arrivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | MLive.com

    The replica Viking longboat Draken Harald Harfagre responded to a mayday call Wednesday, July 13, delaying its voyage to Bay City's Tall Ship Celebration yet again. The call that enlisted the help of not only the Vikings but a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter, was bogus, Canadian Coast Guard officials said.

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  20. When Should You See a Shrink?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | US News & World Report

    ... "We should send her to a psychiatrist to have her head shrunk." The name stuck. Hollywood didn't just give psychiatry its sardonic name, but has also contributed to its unflattering public image . Movies have portrayed psychiatrists as quirky, weird ... 2 comments