Hello and welcome to another edition of Best 5 Reads. Let’s begin!
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a companion that constantly wants to protect me, never realizing the threats it sees aren’t legitimate.
There might be a way—and if so, we could use it to detect and treat them in the earliest stages, before they become debilitating.
We check our phones every 12 minutes, often just after waking up. Always-on behaviour is harmful to long-term mental health, and we need to learn to the hit the pause button.
Gerda Saunders, an emerita professor who was diagnosed with vascular dementia at age 60, explores the meaning of progressive cognitive impairment in relationships and life.
Secondary prevention in individuals with schizophrenia who have suffered an MI cuts mortality in this population where CVD outcomes are notoriously poor and tied to a vastly reduced life expectancy.
Thank you and see you tomorrow for weekend quotes.