The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast
People with anorexia usually don’t want to take medications, but does pharmacotherapy even work?
People with profound disabilities are happier than we think, and the ways they adjust to their limitations tell us a lot about how to help people with chronic psychiatric illness.
Today’s study was a randomized controlled trial comparing a self-guided online therapy to face-to-face CBT for health anxiety.
Patients don’t just look to their health care providers for medications, they also turn to for wisdom in times of crisis.
Do they help? Do they harm? And can mood stabilizers protect patients who take them?
Blueberries, walnuts, tea, salt, and the Mediterranean diet are featured in this playful but practical stroll through the latest research on food and the brain.
A new meta-analysis ranked all the medications for bipolar depression, and we found a surprise in the stack.
Obesity is rarely a harbinger of recovery with antidepressant therapy, but at least 3 treatments may be exceptions to that rule.
FDA strengthens warning on clozapine induced constipation. What do we do when it happens?. And what does this mean for the rest of our psych meds?. Dr Jonathan Meyer explains.
It's been a year since esketamine's (Spravato) debut for treatment resistant depression, and the numbers are in.