"Pretty much for every major problem that people experience, there's a lot of literature supporting CBT as a solution," says ADAA member Martin Antony, PhD in this article on different types of therapy.
"This meta-analysis provides guidance in terms of medication-specific differences in efficacy and tolerability among medications that are commonly used to treat pediatric patients with anxiety disorders," says ADAA member Jeffrey Strawn, MD in this article. 
"... we need to be careful about keeping our risk factors in check," says ADAA Board President Beth Salcedo, MD in this article about the recent buprisone shortage.
Join ADAA members Jonathan Grayson, PhD and Jenny Yip, PsyD, ABPP on February 7th, 2019 from 1-2pm ET as they answer questions on OCD symptoms and coping mechanisms! Be sure to follow @Got_Anxiety on Twitter and use #GotOCD to join the conversation. 
ADAA Board President Beth Salcedo, MD shares her insights on the buspirone shortage in this article. 
"There are times in someone’s life if they have OCD or anxiety that will bring on a new onset of symptoms,” says ADAA member Patricia Thornton, PhD in this article. 
"The mind and the body are very much connected, and while that sounds so simple, just getting a regulated schedule and enough sleep can help your mental health," says ADAA member Mary Alvord, PhD in this article on mental health in students.
“Using genetic data, we found evidence that higher levels of physical activity may causally reduce risk for depression,” says ADAA member Karmel Choi, PhD in this article. 
"The internet and health anxiety make a terrible, terrible combination. Beyond reminding yourself over and over again that Google self-diagnoses are not useful and rarely accurate, here are a few steps you can take to combat searching for symptoms and feeding the anxiety," says ADAA member Rachel Aredia in this article. 
#ADAA2019, Depression and Anxiety, and more! Read this week's issue of Insights e-newsletter here.