Clinical Research Facility in Staten Island, New York
Richmond Behavioral Associates was founded to serve a real need for a high quality clinical research unit. We have the experience and facility to conduct safe, precise, well controlled clinical research with new and existing drugs.
PTSD: Some Wounds Aren’t Visible
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has many names. Though we often associate it with combat veterans, PTSD can occur in people of any age, ethnicity, gender, and background. A person can have profound, lasting emotional and physical scars after experiencing a traumatic event. While some wounds aren’t visible with PTSD, hope
What’s New in Alzheimer’s Research?
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia in Western societies. Approximately 24 million people worldwide have this condition. With the growing prevalence of Alzheimer’s, researchers continue conducting studies to find new interventions and treatments. Here’s what’s new in Alzheimer’s research. Current Treatments, Temporary Solution. Current Alzheimer’s treatments help
Discerning the Difference- Bipolar Disorder and Depression
Bipolar disorder is often confused with depression mainly because it includes depressive episodes. They have other similarities that can muddy the water and cause further confusion. Discerning the difference between bipolar disorder and depression starts with understanding each’s symptoms. Bipolar and Depression Symptoms The main difference between the two is