The American Heart Association’s new recommendation illustrates the continuing progress in integrating mental health care with general medical care.
Indoor Tanning Linked With Other Risky Behaviors in Teens
Experts Refute Myths Linking Mental Illness, Violence
Medication-assisted treatment of substance abuse combines medications with counseling and behavioral therapies to provide a “whole-patient” approach to treating substance use disorders.
DSM-5 Can Open Educational Dialogue
New Caucus to Promote Value of Psychotherapy Treatment
Physicians tell the HHS secretary that the pace and scope of changes affecting electronic health records (EHRs) have introduced challenges that must be addressed before clinicians can feel confident in meeting EHR standards.
HHS Rule: Clinicians Do Not Have to Report Patients to Background Check System
CMS Withdraws Proposal Impacting Part D Psychotropic Protection

Policymakers are urged to include coverage for three housing models, but in each case various kinds of methodological problems have diminished the strength of studies assessing effectiveness.
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Delaware Struggles to Remedy Serious Psychiatrist Shortage

The psychiatry residency teams competing next month in the final round of APA’s entertaining but challenging MindGames contest have been announced.
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At the time of presentation, E.L. was a 20-year-old college sophomore with an 18-month onset of preoccupation with her diet, weight, and the shape of her thighs and hips, which she believed to be “obscenely fat and disgusting to look at.”
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