Maternal Hypertension Increases Risk of Mental Health Disorders in Children

April 20, 2020

New research suggests the presence of a maternal hypertensive disorder predicts increased risk of childhood mental disorder, regardless of mental disorder status of the parents.

Maternal Vitamin D Deficiency Increases Risk of ADHD in Offspring

February 14, 2020

Maternal age and socioeconomic satus are associated with both offspring ADHD and maternal vitamin D level.

Systematic Review Highlights Pediatric Medical Overuse

February 04, 2020

Pediatric practices must prevent unnecessary medical care and potential patient harm.

Medication Adherence a Major Issue for Children with ADHD

February 04, 2020

Investigators find that male children have higher odds of taking ADHD medication than female children.

Pediatric Primary Care Visits Declining Since 2008

January 22, 2020

As out-of-pocket costs increased, the number of pediatric primary care visits began to plummet.

Rachel Alinsky, MD, MPH: How Providers Help Adolescents Access Opioid Care

January 15, 2020

A pediatrics expert discusses how providers can help patients access medications and appropriate opioid use disorder treatment.

Deep-Learning Model Improves ADHD Detection in MRI

December 12, 2019

A novel, multichannel AI model outperformed 3 single-channel models in a randomized trial.

Lenard Adler, MD: Improvements in ADHD Screening

December 03, 2019

Lenard Adler, MD, talks about some of the advances in recent years in screening for ADHD in adults and adolescents.

Kabir Nath: Takeaways from the AMHP Forum

October 29, 2019

How can clinicians and policy makers collaborate to improve the standing of mental health in the US?

Ken Duckworth, MD: Understanding Mental Health Access

October 18, 2019

How does psychiatry access differ among patients, and how should it become individualized?