Previous research indicated that estradiol and testosterone were linked to depression in adolescent girls, as opposed to testosterone alone.
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Preventive strategies to reduce cannabis use among youth are needed, as adolescent cannabis consumption is associated with increased risk for depression and suicidal behavior later in life.
Hospital patients with mental disorders have higher mortality than those without mental disorders.
Gestational insomnia is associated with anxiety symptoms, both during pregnancy and after childbirth.
Researchers investigated early childhood social-emotional functioning and mental health condition development.
Investigators aimed to determine the number of women who came to a treatment decision using the shared decision-making tool.
Research demonstrates the benefits of early adoption and underlines the importance of improved support for children in foster care.
Investigators aimed to assess whether anxiety symptoms predict cognitive decline and mortality in older adults with a mental health diagnosis.
Researchers sought to determine whether prenatal exposure to valproate and other antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) increases the risk for ADHD in offspring.
Both electronic referral and care management by social workers increase the effective use of mental health services for adolescents in the United States significantly.
Researchers examined the association of Alzheimer disease-related dementia with mortality in adults with Down syndrome, quantifying the fatal burden.
Intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder may be associated with menopause symptoms.
Primary care consultation patterns for a prespecified set of symptoms may be used to identify patients who later develop a psychotic illness.
Lithium continues to be the preferred method of maintenance monotherapy in older adults with bipolar disorder according to a Delphi survey.
Adolescents and young adults who visit emergency departments for psychotic disorder for the first time often do not receive timely follow-up care.
RCADS is often used to measure anxiety and depression and researchers assessed its structural validity for adults, given the life span nature of anxiety.
Investigators examined the relationship between sleep disturbances and levels of anti-inflammatory markers in patients with schizophrenia.
Investigators aimed to characterize patterns of sensory responsiveness in high-risk children aged 12 to 24 months with and without autism spectrum disorder.
Investigators sought to determine whether cardioprotective medication after a myocardial infarction could reduce mortality rates in patients with schizophrenia.
Insomnia may be associated with increased suicide risk in patients with borderline personality disorder.
Patients at high risk for postpartum depression may need denser analgesia control after delivery.
Customized adherence enhancement may be most effective if implemented in individuals early in the course of bipolar disorder.
Reduced head circumference in the offspring of women with untreated bipolar disorder appeared to be related to sociodemographic characteristics.
Study results showed that when accounting for information bias in the context of socially stigmatized exposure and outcome, the estimated lifetime prevalence of suicide attempts is increased among sexual minorities.
While polygenic risk scores are not yet ready for clinical use, researchers found that patients with psychosis had significant increases in schizophrenia and bipolar polygenic risk scores.
The risk for myocardial infarction and stroke increased with mounting levels of psychological distress.
In some patients, cannabis use can complicate the management of bipolar disorder by causing mood instability and psychosis. Other patients believe it helps manage their moods.
The strong association between PCOS and autism raises the question of whether early treatments or surveillance might be considered for one condition given the presence of the other.
There was a significantly higher level of prolactin found in the first episode psychosis group than in the clinical high risk group, suggesting a condition of hyperprolactinemia.
The findings confirmed amplified emotionality associated with bipolar disorder and demonstrated fluctuations in different components of coping flexibility and mood states across time.
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