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Susan Kweskin

Susan Kweskin

Susan Kweskin is Group Editorial Director of Psychiatric Times and www.PsychiatricTimes.com. She is also Editorial Director of www.Consultantlive.com, a site dedicated to primary care physicians. Email here.

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A new study bolsters evidence that bilingualism contributes to cognitive reserve, postpones symptoms of dementia, and delays diagnosis of Alzheimer disease.

Psychiatric Times welcomes Drs Allan Tasman and Michelle Riba as our new Editor and Deputy Editors in Chief.

Out of the blizzard of recently published clinical studies on multiple sclerosis, we've randomly selected 2 with useful information you might not want to -- but easily could -- miss. Here: brief synopses and links.

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An unusual cause of postpartum neurologic deficits: MRIs of progressing relapsing-remitting MS; Lhermitte-Duclos disease as a cause of ataxia: here. . . 5 short clinical cases, each with images, that offer take-home messages you can use in your practice.

What do physicians think about medical cannabis? Here: 271 doctors weigh in, with widely varying opinions.

If our survey on medical cannabis is any indication, psychiatrists are widely—and deeply—divided on whether and how marijuana should be used in clinical practice. You can read the results here.

Despite the considerable toll clinical practice is taking on primary care physicians, most don't seem to be hanging up their stethoscopes . . . at least not yet.

Harold Bursztajn, MD, recounts the story of his parents’ survival of the liquidation of the Lodz (Poland) ghetto … how they met, fell in love, married-- and managed to survive where nearly 200,000 others perished. Ultimately, this is a story in which courage and love triumphed over evil. We invite you to watch.

Minnesota Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann recently caught the attention of a lot of people when, during a television interview following a Presidential debate, she claimed that the HPV vaccine has “very significant consequences.”

Minnesota Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann recently caught the attention of a lot of people when, during a television interview following a Presidential debate, she claimed that the HPV vaccine has “very significant consequences.”

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