The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast
Why does the top-selling psychiatric textbook base its recommendations on the lowest grade of medical evidence?
Psychiatrist Shawn Christopher Shea shares his top tips on engaging patients in their medication treatment.
What to do when it's back-to-school season and kids won't go back...
William S. Meyer has spent 20 years working with postpartum depression at the Duke Medical Center.
Metformin is the top antidote for antipsychotic weight gain, but is it good for patient's health or just their looks?
JAMA found an increase in suicide ideation and suicide rates related to the show's season 1 finale
How do we choose among the many forms of this vitamin?
More highlights from the American Psychiatric Association's 2019 meeting
Daniel Carlat, MD, interview about interactions with the pharmaceutical industry.
A new study parses out which of the mood stabilizers are the worst offenders when it comes to the risk of stroke.