Why relaxing is so much work.
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From training physicians to treating patients.
Robert C. Smith M.D.
Non-professionals can improve others’ mental health care—by inquiring.
Medical faculty could teach mental health care—if they were first trained.
Medical education embraces the personal dimensions of medicine.
How you, as in individual, can save valuable lives.
“Looking where the light is.”
Your response to the coronavirus stems from evolution.
Your doctor may not be prepared to best manage your chronic disease.
Psychiatry is regressing.
How do individuals contribute to societal mental health stigma?
Governor Jay Inslee (D-WA) recently spearheaded and then signed into law in Washington state one of the most far-reaching mental health initiatives in recent history.
Are chronic pain patients being mistreated when physicians stop opioids?
Is your physician greedy?
Your medical care may not be scientific.
Humankind’s paralysis in the face of climate change speaks to widespread attitudes governing the actions of the world population.
Here’s how to treat chronic pain.
Chronic pain patients are simply trying to survive.
Pharmaceutical companies may influence which physicians prescribe opioids.
Modern medicine is less scientific than it can be.
Medicine is today's Headless Horseman.
We are missing an easy way to prevent suicides.
What defines a disease?
The Institute of Medicine blew it!
1. What would make you suspect someone you know is misusing opioids?
2. Did you get your bottle of opioids this year?
Do you know what a safe opioid dose is?
You'd be burned out too.
How it began, its effect, and why it persists.
Your physician is not trained to treat your mental health problems, but the psychiatrist shortage is severe.
Robert C. Smith, M.D., is a University Distinguished Professor, Medicine and Psychiatry, Division of General Internal Medicine, at Michigan State University.