Addressing sleep problems often improves psychiatric symptoms in children and teens, including those with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and chronic pain.
Siblings of Bipolar Patients May Have ‘Reproductive Advantages’
Dopamine Replacement Affects Psychiatric Parkinson’s Symptoms

Suicide prevention organizations have established September as the time for their public awareness–raising campaigns, so in its September issue, the American Journal of Psychiatry published an essay by Jennifer Bremer, M.D., titled “Purple and Turquoise Ribbons” in reference to the suicide prevention awareness ribbons.
Alaska Comes in From the Cold on Mental Health Care
Mixed Reviews Follow IOM Report on Future of GME Financing

Because venturing into the realm of mental health policy can be daunting for some APA members, the Association is serving as a bridge between psychiatry and legislation.
Cornell Residents Win MindGames Competition
Biden Hails ‘Astounding Possibilities’ Ahead for Psychiatry

Although Mona Thapa, M.D., had heard about human trafficking in her native Nepal, it was her experience with a victim of the practice in Washington, D.C., that ignited her interest.
International News APA Leaders Urge Uganda to Drop Law Criminalizing Homosexuality
International News Integrated Care Goes Global In Depression Screening Project