Institute Faculty Scholar and head of psychiatry at WashU, Eric Lenze, MD, co-authored a JAMA Psychiatry editorial on older adults mental health concerns that may often be dismissed.
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Adding antipsychotic med to antidepressant may help older adults with treatment-resistant depression (Links to an external site)
Eric Lenze, MD, head of the Department of Psychiatry, led a study that found for those older adults who don’t respond to standard treatments, augmenting their usual antidepressants with an add-on treatment is more effective than switching from one drug to another.
Exercise didn’t help brain function in older people, surprising study results show (Links to an external site)
Eric Lenze, an Institute Faculty Scholar and co-author of a recent study in aging says he expected to see that exercise would help improve memory and thinking, but that was not the case.
On Chris Hemsworth’s 250 yard artic swim: Can extreme feats really boost longevity? (Links to an external site)
Faculty Scholar Eric Lenze, MD, who also directs the Healthy Mind Lab, talks about TV programming that offers good info about longevity science.