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A great guide to the clinical services, research trials, and experts opinions at the Columbia University Department of Psychiatry. Find top notch treatment, cutting edge clinical trials, and expert opinions. From the DSM to advanced neuroimaging, psychoanalysis to receptor mapping, Columbia Psychiatry is world class. Visit site →
Wondering about the latest research on vitamin B6 or possible side effects of taking milk thistle? When I have a question about supplements, this is my first stop. Visit site →
Some of the best information on micronutrients that can be found on the web. The explanations are crystal clear and the information is very complete. When I forget some details about say vitamin C or lycopene, a few minutes on this sight is all I need. Visit site →
Healthy Minds is the American Psychiatric Associations portal for anyone with questions about brain health and mental illness. If you want basic information about resources, research, and psychiatric illness, check it out. Visit site →
Many psychiatric conditions like depression are more common in women. For the latest expert opinion on issues in women’s mental health like the use of antidepressants during pregnancy, this is a great site I use frequently. Visit site →
Lloyd Sederer, MD is the medical director of the New York State Office of Mental Health, the largest mental health system in the US, and the medical editor for mental health on the Huffington Post. A true, thoughtful advocate for patients, he quickly provides insights into issues in the media and answers reader’s questions. Visit site →
The Diagnostic and Statistic Manual is the “bible” of mental health professionals. It contains the criteria for all brain disorders, from PTSD and depression to character disorders and addiction. The DSM is not available online, but this is good index with descriptions of the disorders.
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Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce is a collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations, and health sciences libraries which provides timely, convenient access to selected public health resources on the Internet. Visit site →