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Bipolar disorder during pregnancy: Lessons learned

Careful management of bipolar disorder during pregnancy is critical because for so many patients with this illness, the road to emotional well-being has been a long one, requiring a combination of careful pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic strategies.Half of referrals to our Center for Women’s Mental Health – where we evaluate and treat women before, during, and… Read More »

3 lessons this physician learned from her patients

I recently completed my internal medicine residency training.  Three years, thousands of hours, thousands of patients, thousands of decisions.  I certainly learned a lot from the past three years: everything from what “HFrEF” means and how to manage it, to treating recurrent C. difficile colitis, to how to share decision-making with patients about whether or not to start… Read More »

Podcast: Our team reflects on what we’ve learned

November 20, 2018 Posted By Categories Gary Schwitzer launched HealthNewsReview.org on April 17, 2006, modeling it after a Media Doctor Australia project he so admired. Looking back (with closure pending) he is thankful for the opportunity, the funding he received, the platform, the team he assembled, the 6,000+ articles produced, and the impact.  He tweets… Read More »

No Ativan!!! Lesson learned!

Well, due to not making appointments with my psychiatrist led me to not having a refill one weekend and i will never do that again!! I cant believe how quick withdrawals take effect as soon as you miss your dose of lorezapam ( ativan). I take 2mg at night along with Mirtazapine ( remeron) for… Read More »