Most Recent Articles by Sheila Jacobs
Increased triglyceride levels at midlife are predictive of the presence of β-amyloid 20 years later in cognitively healthy individuals.
Depressive Symptoms Decreased When Using Treatment Methods Increasing Resilience for Hidradenitis SuppurativaJan 03, 2018
In managing and treating HS, the methods that increase resilience may help decrease depressive symptoms.
The FAIR questionnaire may be useful to identify psychological stress in rheumatoid arthritis patients.
Treatment with biologic agents in psoriasis may reduce risk for depressive symptoms.
Smartphone and tracking devices can equip clinicians with a better understanding of mood states and behavior.
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