Psychiatric Annals

Psychiatry in the News 

Psychiatry in the News

Abstract

Psychiatry in the News summarizes consumer-oriented media reports on psychiatry and topics related to psychiatry. We recognize that for our readers, keeping abreast of new clinical information is a challenge, leaving little time to review the information, good and bad, that media outlets supply to consumers. Our purpose is to help keep you informed about subjects that your patients might read or hear and question you about.

Please note that publication of the reports in this department does not imply endorsement of the methods or systems described.

We hope you find this department both informative and entertaining. As always, we welcome your comments and contributions; please e-mail marcher@slackinc.com.

A Drink a Day may Slow Decline to Dementia

Recent research suggests that having a drink now and then — up to one drink of alcohol each day — may delay progression to dementia in older people with mild cognitive impairment. [see more news...]

Abstract

Psychiatry in the News summarizes consumer-oriented media reports on psychiatry and topics related to psychiatry. We recognize that for our readers, keeping abreast of new clinical information is a challenge, leaving little time to review the information, good and bad, that media outlets supply to consumers. Our purpose is to help keep you informed about subjects that your patients might read or hear and question you about.

Please note that publication of the reports in this department does not imply endorsement of the methods or systems described.

We hope you find this department both informative and entertaining. As always, we welcome your comments and contributions; please e-mail marcher@slackinc.com.

A Drink a Day may Slow Decline to Dementia

Recent research suggests that having a drink now and then — up to one drink of alcohol each day — may delay progression to dementia in older people with mild cognitive impairment. [see more news...]

Psychiatry in the News summarizes consumer-oriented media reports on psychiatry and topics related to psychiatry. We recognize that for our readers, keeping abreast of new clinical information is a challenge, leaving little time to review the information, good and bad, that media outlets supply to consumers. Our purpose is to help keep you informed about subjects that your patients might read or hear and question you about.

Please note that publication of the reports in this department does not imply endorsement of the methods or systems described.

We hope you find this department both informative and entertaining. As always, we welcome your comments and contributions; please e-mail marcher@slackinc.com.

A Drink a Day may Slow Decline to Dementia

Recent research suggests that having a drink now and then — up to one drink of alcohol each day — may delay progression to dementia in older people with mild cognitive impairment. [see more news...]

10.3928/00485713-20070701-09

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