“Creativity and Psychiatric Illness: Finding the Sweet Spot” AND more on Best 5 Wednesday Reads

Hello and welcome to another edition of Best 5 Reads. Apologies for not posting an article yesterday. The draft was finalized but was deleted at the last minute. From tomorrow onwards, I will start posting “Guest Posts” written by really interesting people. If you want to contribute to PsiHub by writing a guest post, check … More “Creativity and Psychiatric Illness: Finding the Sweet Spot” AND more on Best 5 Wednesday Reads

“NIH Outlines New Game Plan to Combat Opioid Crisis” AND more on Best 5 Monday Reads

Hello everyone! I hope you guys had a great weekend. Lets start another long and boring week with Best of 5 Reads. Let’s begin! 1) NIH Outlines New Game Plan to Combat Opioid Crisis The HEAL initiative will focus on improving treatments for patients who misuse or are addicted to opioids and enhancing strategies for … More “NIH Outlines New Game Plan to Combat Opioid Crisis” AND more on Best 5 Monday Reads

“One-Third of Adults May Unknowingly Use Medications that Can Cause Depression” AND more on Best 5 Wednesday Reads

Hello and welcome to another edition of Best 5 Reads. Grab your coffee and lets start! 1) One-Third of Adults May Unknowingly Use Medications that Can Cause Depression A new study from University of Illinois at Chicago researchers suggests that more than one-third of U.S. adults may be using prescription medications that have the potential … More “One-Third of Adults May Unknowingly Use Medications that Can Cause Depression” AND more on Best 5 Wednesday Reads

Addressing the Social Determinants of Mental Health AND more on Best 5 Tuesday Reads

Today was a reminder that depression does not discriminate and comes without warning. It also reminded us that “success” does not equal happiness. Depression does not care about your age, status or bank account. Rest In Peace Kate Spade. If you are feeling suicidal or having suicidal thoughts, PLEASE reach out to your loved ones … More Addressing the Social Determinants of Mental Health AND more on Best 5 Tuesday Reads

“Most Americans Agree That Gun Violence Is Public Health Problem” AND more on Best 5 Saturday Reads

1) Most Americans Agree That Gun Violence Is Public Health Problem, Call for Action The majority of Americans (87 percent) see gun violence as a public health threat, including 77 percent of Republicans and 96 percent of Democrats, according to the results of a national poll released by APA at last month’s Annual Meeting. 2) … More “Most Americans Agree That Gun Violence Is Public Health Problem” AND more on Best 5 Saturday Reads