PsycPORT™: Psychology Newswire
Prescriptions may hold clues to who gets hooked
March 20, 2017, CNN
March 20, 2017, CNN
The duration of a prescription may give clues into how long a person ends up using a narcotic painkiller.
Early touches have lasting effects on how babies respond to gentle touch later on, and may have a special impact for preterm infants.
A transgender man says testosterone has changed his life, but finding a girlfriend gets a bit complicated.
Studies suggest that rats will offer new insights into autism, even after decades of research on mice with similar mutations.
Researchers found that states with universal background checks had a decrease in suicides.
Nutritional psychiatry looks at how diet can impact mental health.
Mental health services should be provided as part of natural disaster response efforts to help protect people from developing mental health conditions.
Teens who use fake weed are more likely to engage in risky behaviors, study says.
The Department of Veterans Affairs plans to provide emergency mental health care to some veterans who received less than honorable discharges.
People with learning disabilities, mental health disorders have unique strengths, experts say.
Women tend also to be more risk averse than men and have lower preferences for competitive situations which can both lead to career choices with lower earnings than men.
Cultural mores and patterns of access to opportunities shape how teenagers push limits.
Arguments tend to focus on public safety and whether gender identity should be protected.
If you know you’re overweight or obese, you may not be making a stab at losing weight anymore.
One of the most important things parents can do is eat with their kids.
Oversleeping on a regular basis could signal problems with our brain health.
There is wide disparity in decisions on who gets scarce life-saving organs.
New evidence suggests people on the spectrum do get hooked on alcohol and other drugs.
Clinicians rarely detect the conditions in elderly patients, but they exist – and can be treated.
There is some evidence that stress prompts people to turn to sweet, high-calorie “comfort foods.”