Adolescents who experience chronic pain have higher prevalence of anxiety and depressive symptoms in adulthood.
Atomoxetine was not found to be associated with increased suicide risk compared with stimulant use in children and adolescents.
Study links heavy cannabis use in male teens to increased mortality by age 60.
Cognitive behavioral therapy techniques improve time to resolution of depression in teens who refuse antidepressants.
Early intervention strategies are needed to address potential substance use and misuse in adolescents with mental disorders.
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- Abstinence From Regular Cannabis Use Improves Memory Among Adolescents, Young Adults
- Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Is Effective Treatment for Adolescent Anxiety
- Health and Social Factors Predict Changes in Depressive Symptoms in Women
- ASD Risk on Offspring With Prenatal Use of Medication Affecting Neurotransmitter System
- Effects of Impaired Glucose Metabolism on Lithium and Other Mood Stabilizers
- Cannabis Use, Cannabis Use Disorder Linked to Psychotic, Depressive Symptoms
- Association Between Opioid and Benzodiazepine Misuse and Suicidal Ideation
- The Intersection of Eating and Alcohol Disorders: Detecting and Managing "Drunkorexia"
- Heart Rate Variability Predicts Treatment Response in Anxious Depression
- Impulsivity in Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, ADHD
- Polygenic Risk Scores May Predict Antipsychotic Efficacy in Schizophrenia
- Can Examining Marginalization Identify Gaps in Medical or Nutritional Care?
- Efficacy, Safety of Long-Term Ketamine Administration Still In Question
- Vulnerability to Psychosocial Disability in Psychosis
- Behavioral Health Screening Advocated for Teens With Epilepsy