Researchers examined health outcomes of short- and long-term treatment with opioids among patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
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Researchers investigated whether GI disorders that manifested during long COVID-19 were associated with neurologic or sleep issues.
Researchers sought to identify the rate, trends, and risk factors for suicide and self-harm among patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
A longitudinal analysis of the US Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health explored the link between wheezing and use of e-cigarettes and/or cigarettes.
Researchers sought to identify preoperative characteristics and risk factors for Crohn disease of the pouch that develops after IPAA.
Researchers sought to the examine association between alopecia areata and suicidality.
Researchers explored whether lowering cholesterol through statins in patients with OSA could improve endotheilial protection against complement.
Researchers assessed how improvements in clinical responses are associated with improvements in patient-reported outcomes and quality of life in atopic dermatitis.
A systematic review and meta-analysis assessed the duration of viable virus shedding and PCR positivity of the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant in the upper respiratory tract.
Researchers assessed the prevalence of abnormal spirometry among individuals at risk for COPD due to heavy smoking.
Researchers sought to assess the prevalence of depressive and anxiety disorders, as well as symptoms among patients with alopecia areata.
Researchers explored the relationships between frailty, MCI, and exacerbation frequency in individuals with COPD treated on an outpatient basis.
A study was conducted to determine if the addition of cognitive behavioral therapy to outpatient cardiac rehabilitation reduces anxiety and depression.
A team of investigators sought to identify factors contributing to sleep disturbance in patients with atopic dermatitis.
Researchers assessed whether early physical and occupational therapy could reduce cognitive impairment and other post-MV disabilities 1 year after critical illness.
Researchers sought to assess anxiety and behavioral changes in patients with IBD during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Is isotretinoin less frequently or readily initiated in patients with severe acne and a psychiatric history compared with those without a psychiatric history?
Recommendations about sensitivity and inclusive language surrounding transgender dermatology patients are provided.
The effect of breathing exercise techniques (BET) on the pain and anxiety of burn patients during burn care is examined.
A study was conducted to examine the relationship between intimate partner violence in young adulthood and cardiovascular events in middle age.
An analysis of National Lung Screening Trial data assessed patient and treatment factors associated with attempts to quit smoking.
The risk for several major neuropsychiatric disorders in a pediatric population with atopic dermatitis is evaluated.
Mental health outcomes in adults with alopecia are characterized and the association between patient satisfaction with mental health symptoms and diagnoses is assessed.
More than half of the patients with facial and truncal acne experienced appearance-related concerns that negatively affected their quality of life.
The psychosocial burden of facial and truncal acne and acne scars are investigated.
Researchers explored the preliminary efficacy and feasibility of an online writing intervention against distress in people with IBD during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers examined contributing factors for treatment nonadherence among adolescents hospitalized with Crohn disease.
The experiences, beliefs, and concerns of patients with atrophic acne scarring is assessed.
The study authors performed a structured equation modeling (SEM) protocol to build a theoretical model in which variables regarding sleep, mental health, and socioeconomic factors could be evaluated for their simultaneous effect on substance use.
The pilot randomized controlled trial compared telemedicine-delivered CBT for insomnia in regular users of cannabis for sleep with sleep hygiene education for improving sleep and daytime functioning and reducing cannabis use.
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