Building on past research, U-M scientists propose a unified way to explain many of the symptoms and much of the neurobiology of PTSD.
A survey of female physicians suggests a need for better support for mental health conditions and a modernization of state licensing standards.
Antidepressants are necessary for many with major depressive disorder, but response times and remission rates are a problem. U-M researchers find sleep might help.
As research paints a clearer picture of the depression risks among newly minted doctors, researchers and educators are trying to help.
Surprising findings suggest mind-body techniques are effective for managing PTSD, but more research is needed.
Researchers seek to understand why bipolar disorder happens, how to treat it more effectively, and how to help patients and their families get the most out of modern knowledge about the condition once known as manic depression.