All my readers I wish happiness, success and health for the New Year. You have not heard from me for a while, but that should change now. This may sound like a good intention, but I probably needed a longer creative break, to clarify for me how I imagine my professional and private life. Continue reading
Dear readers of my blog,
I wish you a happy New Year, with personal happiness, professional success and most of all good health. Realize your plans, work on the implementation of your dreams, develop your creativity, and break new ground: All this I wish you!
Psychiatry – and especially psychopharmacology – are in a very exciting process in which habits, which we have followed for years and decades, are called into question. Continue reading
While I published here a new post at least every week over the past year, six weeks have now passed without any sign of life. The past few weeks have been the busiest of the year. Continue reading
Already an hour after publishing my last post on the effects of a Mediterranean diet on cardiovascular risk on May 26, 2013, one of my former patients who follows my blog carefully sent me an email with the subject “The Perfect Life”, which I – with his consent – would like to release here:
“Andreas is born. As a child at the age of 3 he already learns an instrument, because recent studies have shown that it is raising IQ. Continue reading
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Welcome to my blog, which will provide you with up-to-date information from the world of clinical neuroscience. It will focus on issues of psychiatry, and here especially psychopharmacology. Recent developments will be presented and discussed in depth. Addressees are not only physicians, psychologists, and scientists acting in the exciting field of clinical neuroscience, but also students of these subjects, patients and their families, and ultimately everyone who is interested in questions around brain and mind. I hope that this blog will become a forum of creative exchange of views and ideas.