Mental health outcomes in adults with alopecia are characterized and the association between patient satisfaction with mental health symptoms and diagnoses is assessed.
All articles by Colby Stong
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.
Investigators assessed the relationship between sleep architecture and circadian rhythm in patients with ASD using dim light melatonin onset (DLMO) and ambulatory polysomnography.
Investigators sought to determine whether greater insomnia symptom severity predicted future alcohol use patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic.