Psychiatry and Behavior News
Expert offers tips on coping with divorce during the holidays Dec 12, 2016 Dr. James Bray offers his tips on how to cope with divorce so families can enjoy the holidays.
Study to investigate connection between antibiotic use and autism symptoms Dec 1, 2016 Baylor College of Medicine is launching a study that will investigate why some children with autism spectrum disorder experience changes in their autism symptoms when taking antibiotics.
Expert offers tips on managing anxiety during crowded holiday shopping Nov 30, 2016 Dr. John Oldham offers his tips on how to manage anxiety in large holiday shopping crowds.
Expert offers tips on how to manage election season stress Nov 1, 2016 Dr. Asim Shah warns that worrying about politics can lead to election stress disorder and offers tips on how to manage election season stress.
Meet the new experts at this year’s Update on Alzheimer’s lecture Oct 27, 2016 The annual “Update on Alzheimer’s Disease” lecture will feature two new directors from the Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Disorders Center at Baylor College of Medicine.
Research provides new understanding of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease and opens path to treatment Oct 25, 2016 A team of scientists has discovered a driver in the development of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and related diseases.
Baylor College of Medicine researcher and collaborators awarded grant through NIH BRAIN Initiative Oct 13, 2016 Dr. Wayne Goodman and his collaborators were awarded a grant to support research toward developing a new generation of deep brain stimulation (DBS) technology.
Baylor researchers receive grant from NIMH to develop drug to treat PTSD hyperarousal Oct 10, 2016 A grant from the National Institute of Mental Health will be used to research and develop a drug that may mitigate hyperarousal in patients with PTSD.
Expert offers tips on how to keep calm when talking about politics Sep 27, 2016 Dr. James Lomax offers advice on having calm workplace discussions about politics during a divisive election season.
Anti-depressants may prevent onset of depression in patients with traumatic brain injuries Sep 14, 2016 A study by researchers from Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Iowa suggests that anti-depressants may not be useful when depression has already had its onset in patients with traumatic brain injuries.