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psychiatry

Public health
High rural suicide rates largely driven by guns
Published Oct 16, 2017
Of every three deaths involving guns, only one is a homicide. The other two are suicides.
Mental health
Hopkins psychiatry launches online resources
Published Oct 16, 2017
AskHopkinsPsychiatry.org, mADAP teen depression app aim to help educate the public
Neuroscience of fun
Lighten up, it's good for you
Published Summer 2016
Scientists explain the tricky, vague, and elusive neuroscience of fun / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Intensive care
Post-ICU blues
Published Oct 16, 2017
Study: ICU stays can increase risks of depression, anxiety, PTSD / Hopkins Medicine
Behavioral science
Risk in a can
Published Spring 2016
Energy drinks are popular among millennials craving a quick boost—but new research reveals a downside / Johns Hopkins Magazine
On screen
'Fire' burns bright
Published Oct 16, 2017 Video
Film inspired by work of Johns Hopkins psychologist explores life with bipolar disorder
Memory failure
A man with no past
Published Oct 16, 2017
Expert on neurology, psychiatry discusses strange California amnesia case
Treating the trauma of intensive care
Published Summer 2013
A recent study of ICU survivors found that one-third experienced PTSD symptoms for up to two years / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Predicting postpartum depression
Published June 2013
Researchers ID specific chemical alterations that can be detected in blood during pregnancy / Gazette
Learning how we learn
Published April 2013 Video
More than 500 scholars, researchers will focus on everything from cell to classroom at JHU's Science of Learning Institute / Gazette