The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) left more than 180 million Chinese children restricted to their homes due to school closures.
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In this study, researchers sought to investigate the psychometric properties of the ASRS and WURS in a well-characterized sample of adult ADHD patients and population controls.
Social adversity may increase rates of psychotropic prescriptions, which have surged in recent decades, prompting researchers to perform a study of food insecurity and psychotropic prescriptions among women living with HIV.
Researchers investigated federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics to address access-related barriers to mental health treatment among Medicaid-enrolled youths.
Researchers examined the relationship between vitiligo and the risk for psychiatric disorders such as anxiety, major depressive disorder, and manic disorders.
Considering the strong association with mental health health issues and itch, a comprehensive care approach may be best for patients with pruritus.
Therapists are expected to behave ethically toward clients and avoid behavior that may harm or exploit a client, such as sexual relationships.
Researchers evaluated the effectiveness of manualized bouldering psychotherapy as an intervention for the treatment of depression compared to performing physical exercise.
The results provide insights into the underlying causes of relapse and can be used to gain further understanding of the long-term effect of pharmacotherapy for sustained opioid use disorder recovery.
The prevalence of acute posttraumatic stress symptoms in the study population was 4.6%, ranging from 4.4% in healthcare workers to 518.4% in the high-risk general population.
Healthcare utilization and expenditures on psychiatric and somatic disorders at 18 years were significantly higher in patients with a childhood diagnosis of ADHD for most outcomes.
Patients with psychotic depression who experienced an illness relapse while receiving placebo also had a decline in cortical thickness, emphasizing the essential role antipsychotics play in treating disorders where psychosis is present.
Infections raised the risk for substance-induced psychosis, with the risk doubled for the first 2 years. The largest increase in risk was observed for hepatitis.
Working memory is impaired in schizophrenia, and epigenetic mechanisms such as DNA methylation may contribute to illness risk.
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