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Social Support a Factor in Mental Health Prevention and Treatment

Young adults who believe they have strong social support experience fewer problems later in life, according to a study published in JAMA Psychiatry. While previous studies illustrate the importance of social support in preventing depressive symptoms in teens, few control for individuals with prior mental health issues. The researchers say that this study is the…

Studies of Childhood Insomnia Lack Diversity, Outcomes for Families, and Non-Sleep Phenotypes

Previous reviews of behavioral interventions for pediatric insomnia have primarily focused on a single age group, a specific population, and/or only randomized controlled trials. Few reviews have considered the non-sleep outcomes of both children and their parents. This scoping review provides a broader context, including studies regardless of research design or population, along with sleep and non-sleep study outcomes.
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