Atypical Antipsychotics: Off-Label Uses
The use of second-generation antipsychotics for off-label indications is increasingly common but often unjustified by research.
Mifepristone for Psychotic Depression
In a double-blind trial, mifepristone (Mifeprex) augmentation was not found to be statistically different from placebo for the treatment of psychotic depression.
Reducing the Risk of Alzheimer Disease
Up to half of all cases of Alzheimer disease may be attributable to seven modifiable risk factors.
Allergic Reactions to Asenapine
Asenapine can cause potentially lethal allergic reactions, sometimes at an initial dose.
Armodafinil and Quetiapine Interact in Patients with Schizophrenia; fMRI Reveals Changes in Neural Circuitry Involved in Depression
Depression in Dementia: No Benefit from Two Antidepressants
New data casts doubt on the use of antidepressants to treat depression in patients with dementia.
CME 2011 Reminder
Dr. Gelenberg's end-of-year editorial and holiday message.
Holidays remind me to count my blessings. In 2010, I returned to Pennsylvania and joined the faculty at Penn State. I now approach my second anniversary. The Department of Psychiatry consists of the most dedicated, talented, creative, and wonderful men and women I have ever been privileged to work…